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Even after full-time remote work became a viable option, most businesses were strongly wedded to the classic 9-to-5 office setup.
Many thought it would tank productivity, impede communication, and damage how their business was perceived, despite the 30% of people working remotely full-time proving that remote work, well, works.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced businesses to try alternative measures. Those reliant upon footfall either pivoted drastically or shut down entirely, and all other companies faced the same, urgent question: Can we transition to being 100% remote?
Remote teams who were once dubious about remote work are now enjoying the benefits of increased flexibility, enhanced productivity, and saving money while working from the comfort of their own home. In fact, 74% of CFOs will move at least 5% of their onsite workforce to work permanently offsite.
However, there can also be disadvantages to remote work if they’re not nipped in the bud, such as burnout.
That’s why, in this guest post for Process Street, I’ll tell you how to avoid burnout as a remote team. I’ll cover what burnout is, why it’s so destructive, and provide you with tips and templates for making sure your remote team doesn’t suffer down the line.
Read through the following sections to get up to speed:
- What is burnout, exactly?
- How to avoid burnout: 5 tips to stop remote employee burnout
- Use Process Street to lead remote teams to success!
Or, if you wanted to dive into a template that helps team members to appropriately manage their days without overworking, there’s the Remote Daily Work Schedule Template below.
It’s time to get started with the rest of the post. ⌚️