6 Awesome Team Building Activities for Remote Workers
Posted on December 19, 2022
Without in-person interactions, employee bonding is difficult. That’s why remote working team building activities are so useful. Here are 6 you can try.
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With all workers moving to remote, Mr. Osburn said the transition was rather easy. “I didn’t have to do much as the IT manager. Everything we’ve built with infrastructure and the Intermedia platform was ready to go. Really, it was just another day at the office,” he commented.
How do you protect your employees and adhere to COVID-19 restrictions when you’re a manufacturer and the products you produce are deemed “essential”?
When you are a branded merchandise company helping clients to get their brands into their customers’ hands through logoed merchandise at business events, what happens when social distancing forces the entire business world to cancel these events with little warning? That’s the challenge that Shelley Stewart, CEO of Red Promotions, faced when the COVID-19 pandemic swept the world in March 2020.
When the COVID-19 pandemic prompted most of the population to shelter in place to prevent risk of transmission, the healthcare industry was faced with significant dilemmas – namely how to maintain the continuity of quality patient care while minimizing the risk of physical contact with patients and between workers.
The idea of flexible work has become a competitive advantage in business. This flexibility facilitates employee mobility, supported by technology. Now, it’s likely that most of your workforce must be mobile. That’s due to not only the shift to required remote work but also because work doesn’t happen between 8 and 5 anymore. Further, employees use their mobile devices very often to communicate and collaborate.
Drastically increased remote working and the need to ensure flexible and adaptive communications isn’t a temporary COVID-19 problem. It’s the new normal in business. How your organization responds to this new way of collaborating and communicating will determine its future level of success, both directly after the coronavirus and in the long term.
Embracing remote work has been a love-hate relationship for many small and medium-sized business (SMB) owners. With new technology allowing workers to work from wherever and whenever more than ever before, employers have had to balance this reality against having the peace of mind that frequently comes from being in the same physical space as your employees. As owners try and adapt to this new tech reality, more and more companies have been adopting a hybrid approach—offering the option for some remote work but not fully committing.