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Article | February 11, 2020
As the science behind employee engagement evolves, it’s become clear just how much businesses can gain from a happy and involved workforce. From improved performance, to reduced attrition, increased revenue and even a better customer experience, employee engagement is at the heart of business growth. Given these benefits, it’s no surprise that the role of HR departments is moving beyond just managing people and towards managing experiences.
Employee engagement may not be your top focus as a people professional right now, but adopting a few simple approaches to keep employees feeling valued, motivated and cared for will make all the difference in these uncertain times. Over the last few weeks we’ve all faced unprecedented challenges and obstacles, being asked to quickly pull together plans to support our people and to support our businesses in these times of uncertainty. We’re all living day-to-day in the operational world, battling one challenge at a time, waiting for the next one to come our way so that we can again swoop in to help our people and businesses survive.
Managing a distributed or remote workforce comes with its fair share of challenges—from onboarding to compliance to engaging employees virtually. Plus, the sudden onset of COVID-19 (also known as Coronavirus) forced many companies to adopt work from home policies before they were ready. Whether your company just started working from home or if your employees are telecommuting veterans, it can’t hurt to brush up on some home office tips.
The continuing battle with COVID-19 has forced HR and business leaders to adopt a whole new vocabulary when it comes to their operational strategy. Things like social distancing, personal protective equipment (PPE), and remote work have all become daily if not hourly points of conversation for many of us, whether our businesses are still operating at reduced capacity or we've executed some kind of return to work. But more than any other concept introduced, there's one in particular that's not only the most complex to understand and execute on but also can potentially have some of the biggest impacts on the safety of your employees and the integrity of your business continuity plans: contact tracing.
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