A fragmented workforce can make team motivation a challenge – but the right strategies can engage and unify employees.
The way we work is changing. More people are working remotely, whether they’re at home, on the road meeting customers or distributed across a global office network. Distance and difference between cultures and generations can cause teams to feel fragmented, presenting managers with a unique set of challenges that are critical to business success.
Creating and communicating a strong company culture is key to unifying a fragmented workforce.
Praise, reward and recognition can work wonders in bringing a workforce together as long as the right platform is in place to include all employees instantly, on an equal footing.
Providing rewards that contribute to employees’ recreation activities or encourage family time can be an effective way to help unify teams.
Chris Mays Head of Technology at SVM Global added: 'Equipping employees with the most innovative up-to-date technologies is a huge motivator with regardless of generation, culture or geography'.
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