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9 Things To Consider When Recognizing Remote Employees

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9 Things To Consider When Recognizing Remote Employees

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Even if managing remote employees is becoming a more widespread phenomenon, many leaders stills struggle with one of its key aspects – employee recognition. It doesn’t matter whether employees work on-site or remotely – obviously, they need to be engaged and motivated all the same.

Here are 9 actionable tips to help you properly recognize remote employees, motivating them to work hard and boosting your team retention rate:

Even if managing remote employees is becoming a more widespread phenomenon, many leaders stills struggle with one of its key aspects – employee recognition. It doesn’t matter whether employees work on-site or remotely – obviously, they need to be engaged and motivated all the same.

Here are 9 actionable tips to help you properly recognize remote employees, motivating them to work hard and boosting your team retention rate:

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9 Things To Consider When Recognizing Remote Employees

  1. 1. In 2015, telecommuting for work climbed to 37% in the U.S. alone. Gallup
  2. 2. The average worker telecommutes 2 days per month. Gallup
  3. 3. Even if managing remote employees is becoming a more widespread phenomenon...
  4. 4. …many leaders stills struggle with one of its key aspects -
  5. 5. Without the opportunities for spontaneous ‘Good job!’ remarks, many managers are at loss when it comes to recognizing the achievement of remote employees.
  6. 6. They often report feeling isolated and out of touch with things that matter to the organization. As a result of receiving little to no feedback, some of them tend to feel undervalued as well.
  7. 7. On the other hand, remote leaders complain that they have no control over their employees who have too much freedom in interacting with clients or too flexible work schedules. Flickr user krzyzanowskim C.C.2.0
  8. 8. Here are 9 actionable tips to help you properly recognize remote employees:
  9. 9. Getting to know the traditions of a multinational workforce, you’ll be able to interact with them appropriately and recognize important days/holidays in their national calendar.
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  11. 11. While technologies allow for seamless communication, face-to-face meetings are still more powerful when it comes to employee engagement and recognition.
  12. 12. Hold informal “water-cooler” sessions through Skype once or twice a week to keep the lines of communication open and help the team to become friendly with each other.
  13. 13. It’s important that team members can quickly recognize each other’s effort or help. They can, for instance, send each other thank-you notes and cards.
  14. 14. You can introduce a reward system for remote employees. For instance, you create the most productive/happiest/helpful remote employee of the week award.
  15. 15. Gamification is excellent for boosting employee engagement and motivation, and you can add recognition to the mix as well. Organize team activities like sessions of online work bingo together.
  16. 16. “Employees need to feel included, as if they are part of a team. (…) Team-based goals and competitions help build a sense of collaboration and cooperation. Teams can be based on function or location, with the key goal being inclusion in striving towards a common objective.” Tony Ventrice, senior games designer at Badgeville via Business News Daily
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  18. 18. Email thank-you notes are way easier and faster to send but when it comes to recognizing and motivating employees they have one serious weakness – they aren’t personal.
  19. 19. Build a space where remote employees can post cartoons, or funny images and comment on every piece of content.
  20. 20. Positive reinforcement should be delivered regularly to keep employees engaged and motivated. Make sure that remote employees are recognized and rewarded consistently via Skype, social media platforms or instant messaging in real-time.
  21. 21. Recognition is key to boosting the morale of your team and helping employees collaborate without any glitches.
  22. 22. If you fail to recognize their efforts, sooner or later you’ll have to deal with motivation and productivity problems.
  23. 23. Read the full article by Simone Smith here. Read the complete article by Simone Smith here.
  24. 24. Visit our Employee Engagement & HR Community for more news, insights and resources!

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