These are unprecedented times, and many organizations were not as prepared as they would have liked to send employees to work from home. As many business leaders are navigating this new normal, we have the experience and expertise to support your organization in the following ways.
Working from home requires specific protocols and certain measures be taken to protect confidential work product and more. A company's policy should provide employees the parameters in which to effectively perform their responsibilities.
While we know work from home is often desired, we believe employee flexibility is based on the job function being performed. Let us help you determine your organization's right type and balance of flexible work arrangements.
Different from asking employees to track work accomplished, implementing employee performance measures means identifying goals, setting clear outcomes, and supporting your employees as they work towards attainment.
Training is critical for supervisors and managers as they learn to lead their teams in an entirely new way. Training is critical for employees who are working to embrace a new way of performing their work responsibilities.
It's not just about the number of people in the workspace, it's about the job function needing to be performed. Which positions can work from home, and which ones cannot? We analyze your positions and create a personalized plan for re-entry as well as help you prepare for the next time around.
For job functions that require in-office activity, returning to the workplace is a must. We provide assessments of your workspace and make recommendations for social distancing and other CDC provided guidelines.
There are many technology tools available for teaming, communication, productivity tracking and more. Let us help you determine which ones are best suited for your business.
Some paper intensive processes are simply outdated and working from home may have shed light to many of them. Modernize these processes now before the next time we must rapidly leave the office.
Because of the alternative workplace strategies we implemented while at the State of Tennessee, many of the Executive Branch Departments were well-prepared to operate seamlessly during the beginning and throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The strategy was implemented based on each unique Department's business model and their work being performed. There wasn’t a need to rush a remote work implementation; many employees were already utilizing flexible work, mobile work and work from home arrangements.
With hearts full of gratitude, we thank our front line workers and support those organizations continuing to work, while staying home.