Trust is precious and critical to team success, both in a physical and virtual environment. But how does trust actually function in an environment that is partially or entirely remote? And how do remote companies keep their team accountable for their work?
Remote work has been on the rise. Recent statistics show that 91% more workers do their work remotely compared to the previous decade in the U.S. It is no longer a rare company perk, but instead a fundamental one that offers a flexible lifestyle. It’s safe to say that it is becoming the new norm for most businesses.
What makes a business successful is very different from a decade ago. A recent development is to pay more attention to employee happiness. Studies have discovered that companies focussing on employee happiness perform better than those who don’t. But how do you achieve that?