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FROM A DISTANCE: HOW TO ENGAGE REMOTE WORKERS

Work is a thing you do, not a place you go – but location still has a bearing on how connected you feel to your employer. In the first in a three-part series on engaging remote workers – from field, factory and sales staff to home workers and teams in smaller offices or retail sites – we look at why content and culture are key to keeping everyone connected.

31st October 2018
Your head office is typically the hub of activity, where departments are well networked, not just technologically, but in person.  Digital channels, noticeboards and displays, and the presence of directors and line managers, mean head office staff are typically surrounded by official company news as it happens, as well as grapevine tittle tattle and in-your-face branding. It can be hard...
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