How do you maintain the bond with your
people when they are working from home?
BarrowTaylor offers companies solutions and advice in the transition from an office-oriented to a work-from-home-oriented organization. In the future not all of us will set off for work between 8 and 10 AM. There will no longer be jobs, but tasks and results instead. Work will be part of a meaningful existence, in balance with sports, personal development and social life. But what does this mean for your organization? What changes are needed if you want to start down this new path or take the lead. How will you structure this work-from-home organization?
BarrowTaylor helps you with this transition. How will you ensure proper work coordination and perception? How will you maintain your corporate culture? What practical matters must be taken care of? As an employer, what are you responsible for?
Remember: Working from home is not just providing digital tools and virtual collaboration. It concerns the overall approach, starting from “trust in remote collaboration”. A different way of working that must be properly prepared, staged and implemented. Would you like to know more about this and the possibilities we see? Please do not hesitate to contact Peter van Eick at 06 57579394 or email@example.com
A strong Employer Brand is crucial to working from home
In the post-corona era, working from home will be a fixed value
In times of Corona we discovered how efficient and comfortable working from home can be. Travel time savings, flexible working and online meetings turn out to be more convenient than expected. Even the monthly meeting in Paris turned out not to be indispensable. But how will your organization maintain the bond with your people?
Aspects to consider carefully in cultural preservation and working from home
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Tax scope for allowances
- Vision and mission
- Brand guide
- Employer Branding
- Recruitment campaigns
- Recruitment marketing
- Internal branding and communications
- Social media campaigns
- Culture research
- Marketing communication
- Recruitment strategy
- Culture improvement
- Recruitment communication
- Employee journey
- HR strategy
- Employee Culture Book
- Privacy law
- Work from home strategy
- Organisation chart
- Employee Value Proposition