Most companies take for granted the corporations’ culture as most of their workers operate in the same house. Nevertheless, as more and more remote employees continue to find their way into the workforce, corporations need to change their corporate culture considerations. From everywhere in the world, a business that has adopted remote employees will access talent.
- Leverage Multichannel Communication
Remote employees feel isolated from their business or supervisor because they do not have the same connections and resources for contact. Increase how you communicate with your remote employees to make them feel involved, particularly with engaging platforms such as video calls/team meetings, capturing voice messages instead of emails, and making a nice water cooler chat open.
- Schedule Frequent Check-Ins
Managers need to grasp the virtual way to lead. Frequent check-ins and status calls must be arranged, with all team members attending. Regular check-ins encourage visibility and recognition of what each person is working on and contributing to the team.
- Put Culture in Every Aspect of The Business
Your corporate culture is like the DNA of the business—it should be an alive, breathing entity that is seen inside the company at any contact and touchpoint. This ensures that your hiring and onboarding activities should live and breathe your culture to make your culture felt by applicants and, ultimately, new hires.
We regularly deliver HR events such as decorating competitions, gift swaps and show wall challenges that everyone can join in and share with our other locations to make our remote employees feel active in our culture. We also have lunch delivered to small staff as we cook for lunch for our corporate office. We are committed to support and respect all of our workers.