How to Measure Productivity of Your Remote Employees
Category • 4 Min Read
At this juncture, HR and business leaders are posed with the biggest question, how to measure the productivity of their remote employees.
If you’re amidst this tricky situation then here are some useful tips:
If your team has recently gone remote and struggling with productivity issues here are some quick tips:
In a study in 2016, Gallup found that 43% of employees work remotely at some part of their life. The number grew dramatically when COVID-19 struck us early this year and most businesses took their workforce remote. In such a scenario, measuring productivity becomes critical when your employees are working remotely. However, you need to measure it without getting judgmental or micromanaging them. While you can have different tools and methods in place, communication and trust are the two primary resources that you need to heavily rely upon to see a boost in employee productivity. Learn how to maintain work from home productivity here.
After spending over a decade in Corporate Communications, Chayanika started second innings of her career as a Communications Consultant, Content Marketer, and Freelance Writer. She writes on different topics including HR, lifestyle, travel, parenting, digital marketing and mental health. Chayanika is a part of the WritelySo team where she writes engaging content for the readers. When not writing, Chayanika is usually exploring new places with her husband and daughter.
Sharing is caring!