Training to Help Remote Employees Thrive
The average workplace today is very different when compared to just a few years ago. Employment trends are coming together to favor remote work. However, to make a remote workforce truly effective, businesses must focus on programs and policies specifically designed with this new employment model in mind. Training should be a prominent consideration, as there are plenty of new skills, priorities and best practices coming to the fore for employees who contribute from home all or most of the time. This white paper explores strategies for why and how employers can support the unique challenges of working remotely, such as preventing burnout when working solo or hosting virtual team meetings and beyond, with video-based digital training.