Remote Work Goal Examples
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Establish a remote budget/allowance
To ensure that our team has everything they need to be productive, it’s important for us to determine and roll out a remote work budget for our team. Do we want to cover coworking spaces? Office equipment? Give a flat budget and allow them to choose?
Establish new company policies that enable the team to work anywhere nationally
Now that we’ve made the decision to be a remote and/or hybrid team, it’s important that we adhere to federal, state (or provincial), and local business requirements.
Nurture work-life balance when working remotely
Ensuring your work-life balance doesn't suffer takes just a bit of planning and organizing, but it's actually easier than you might think. It's also an incredibly important factor to ensure that you don't burn out at work while making time for life.
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Keep the team connected
One of the biggest challenges remote workers face is experiencing feelings of loneliness. Let's make sure that we're doing everything we can to build a culture at work that keeps everyone connected beyond just work conversations.
Run remote-first meetings
With the rise of remote work, managers need to approach meetings with a remote-first mindset in order to be inclusive, productive, and keep the lines of communication open for everyone on the team.
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