Why is that? The reasons could be many.
For one thing, working at home or from a cafe can be distracting for people who’ve never done it before. People sometimes have to learn a whole new approach to discipline and productivity — and this comes with a learning curve.
On the flipside, the employee might be responding to a disconnect he or she feels with the company. Perhaps you’ve failed to build enough rapport to get the chemistry right. Perhaps you haven’t set expectations for a healthy on/off balance, and your employee is trying to look conspicuously available at all times.
In truth, there are many reasons people struggle when transitioning to a remote work arrangement. That’s why teamfocus has put together the infographic below. It will help managers identify why remote workflows are breaking down and give them actionable steps they can take to get their team members back on track.
5 Types Of Problematic Remote Employees
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