Essential guide to building performance in remote workers | theHRD
Looking ahead to a time when the pandemic is over and a return to the office is possible, how popular is that likely to be and what will the new normal be? Neuroscientist and Business Psychologist, Dr Lynda Shaw, tells us why flexibility is the key to boosting performance and best working…
It will be very hard for employers to take newly enjoyed liberties away from home workers such as being able to pick up their children from school. Showing empathy for an individual’s situation and values and offering them the ability to personalise their working week within reason and not micro-managing them will be essential going forwards.
Flexible working promotes equality and diversity by accommodating different commitments and responsibilities such as for working mums. The more compassion we show, the more able we are to reduce biases in the workplace.
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