The type of remote work insurgence COVID-19 ushered in was never intended to be permanent - it was a crisis response. Prior to the pandemic, it was estimated that just 2.9% of the world's workforce operated from home permanently, compared to the 88% imposed since national lockdowns.
Remote working has caused companies to rethink - to tweak, test and improve existing formulas for a more favourable outcome.
The sudden shift to distributed work has highlighted the importance and unique challenges of integrating new talent into the business - where adapting through ‘osmosis’ is no longer feasible.
In our next HR Expert webinar, Executive Coach & Talent Consultant, Nikki Hill will address how HR leaders can help new employees find their feet and make a major impact within their first 100 days in a remote environment.
● The central challenges facing new leaders and HR professionals
● Why failing to address these has a bottom line impact on your organisation
● How the virtual landscape has heightened the need for transparency, visibility and personal connection
● How clarity, context and culture can accelerate productivity and cultivate a sense of belonging