Many companies, such as Uplers, are 100% operating and managing remote teams.
However, despite the widespread usage of remote working models in the light of the COVID-19 outbreak, there is still not enough insight or resources into how to prepare your remote team for success.
If you are at such a crossroads, we are here to share our experience.
With a massive workforce of over 600 employees, Uplers sets the de facto standard for remote team management. Additionally, Uplers is at the front-line of discovering practical and implementable remote-first hiring trends that have helped 7000+ companies hire and manage a remote team.
We are remote, and we have helped business turn remote.
Our success has set such high standards that we often receive questions on how we have pulled it off. So, here is a look at –
The company structure lays the foundation for workplace culture. For higher success, you need to find a remote employee who is a fit for your organization, and for that, you need a company structure.
Here is how you can develop structure:
To make communication easy and free-flowing, you will have to adopt an informal company structure. However, you also need a formal company structure to back it up and hold your teams accountable. Hence, it’s all about striking the fine balance.
According to Gallup, only a mere 12% of companies find onboarding important. In contrast, consider the fact that onboarding your remote employees can lead to better outcomes such as increased productivity by 20-25%, along with a 25% drop in turnover rates.
You can onboard your old employees and new hires in a remote environment in the following ways:
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