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Each way of working has pros and cons. Designing a remote culture that works it’s a process. And that’s why a lot of companies struggle to change their whole company DNA quickly enough. A remote culture takes a lot of structure and communication. Don’t worry if you are not there yet.

Here are a few tips from us on how you can design a remote culture that WORKS:

Make sure everyone is included

A culture is effective when management delivers information properly. If you follow a hybrid model, the people working from home should receive information the same way as the people who work in the office.

How to achieve this:

  • Record meetings and make each piece of internal communication accessible to everyone
  • Transparency is key 

Hire people who love their craft

It’s not something people want to hear but if you don’t have the time to train junior-level talent, don’t hire them. Hire people who are already passionate about their work. People who have a passion for their role will seek to improve even outside their working hours, no matter the location. If they have remote experience already, they are familiar with remote systems and practices. They have a routine in place.

Get expectations out of the way

People perform better when they understand what’s expected of them. It’s not enough to track performance. You have to actually talk about what performance means in your company. This will look different for each employee. Set those KPIs and time in people’s calendars to discuss their performance and to-do lists.

How can this be achieved:

  • Invest in a good performance-tracking software
  • Make it fun: create competitions and challenges along the way
  • Give recognition: Who doesn’t feel better after receiving good feedback?

Get in touch with us if you are looking to hire remote talent for your business: / 0117 248 2800