Are you managing your culture for your remote employees?
The flexibility of modern workforces allows for excellent collaboration and efficiencies, but with 31% of employees working remotely 80-100% of the time, companies are struggling to have their culture span across the web.
- It’s crucial for companies to create an effective digital workplace culture
- Digital culture is even harder to get right than in-person culture
- Culture tools are only as good as the way they’re used
“And there are many benefits of a digital culture. It allows for a consistent experience across different offices and teams. It also allows for scalability; organizations can flex and grow while maintaining the hallmarks of their identity.”
Check out the full article at Gallup to find out the top three ways companies fail as they try to create culture digitally.
Click here to learn more about Myers-Briggs types.