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What is Remote Work and How It Can Be Done Effectively
Remote work appears to be here to stay and doesn’t appear to be phasing out any time soon. Some companies might be welcoming their employees back into the office, but it’s still a hybrid environment.
Employees love the flexible working style, and businesses should welcome the benefits remote work brings to their business.
In this guide to remote work, you’ll gain key insights into how to navigate a remote work environment successfully and build a remote team. In this guide, you’ll learn:
- Advantages and Overcoming Remote Work Challenges
- How to Secure Remote Workers
- Business Management Tools
- How To Manage Your Remote Team
- Client Management Tools
- Best Practices For Remote Work
The pandemic accelerated the demand for remote work and has made it mainstream. But, how can you effectively make that transition to remote work? If you’re interested in this guide, you’re considering the transition to a hybrid model.
Last year, we had to make the move to a remote environment. EVERNET got us connected to a cloud phone system and ensured we had the proper security measures in place. We’ve been more productive than when we were in office. We’re going to transition to a hybrid workforce and you can be sure I’ll be calling EVERNET to make sure our office is ready.
EVERNET helped with our phone system as we moved to a fully remote environment. They were more a partner to us and part of the team, as they did the research, and handled all of the legwork. Once we made a decision, they handled all of the onboarding and training, allowing us to make sure our employees were adjusting to the new normal.
I have been using EVERNET as my IT consultant for years and they helped us prep for a hybrid remote work environment with recommendations on a phone system, and new software. They made the migration seamless.
EVERNET helped us with our security measures. They did the legwork on all of the cybersecurity work and conducted all the testing to make sure everything was working properly. We haven’t had any issues with breaches.
Remote work is being revamped, and while some businesses have always been remote companies, we’re still new to this remote work world, so you’re still learning the ins and outs and understanding everyone’s working styles. There are still rules and practices that employers can, and should, implement.
The fundamentals of work still apply, even to remote working. Your team members must communicate, take accountability for their work, and collaborate efficiently to ensure a successful transition. Whether it’s sales and marketing, or human resources, each department is responsible for the success of the company. Although we may not be in an office, there’s still a common goal and work together to achieve those goals – whether they’re individual or company-wide.
Once you understand what’s needed to go remote, it’s putting it into action. In this guide, we’ve laid the foundation for you to build a successful remote work model and to make sure the working arrangements for your remote employees are satisfactory and close to a traditional office environment as possible.