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Keeping Your Remote Teams Motivated in Times of Crisis

Unlock the secret to empowering your team and creating sustainable employee management.


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Unleash Your Employee Engagement Unlock the value of your workforce, through remote employee engagement strategies that have a lasting impact.

  • According to Buffer’s 2020 State of Remote Work Report, 20% of employees feel that collaboration and communication are their biggest struggle when working remotely.
  • A Stanford study reported that employees who worked collaboratively stuck at their project 64% longer and had higher engagement levels.
  • Brian Kropp, Group Vice President at Gartner, pointed out that especially “during periods of disruption, employees’ desire for being recognized for their contribution increases by about 30%.”

Download Unipos’s Report – Keeping Your Remote Teams Motivated in Times of Crisis

With many of us having shifted to work from home setups, it can be challenging for leaders to know how to keep remote teams motivated. Now more than ever, developing a positive motivation practice is the key to boosting employee satisfaction, adaptability, quality, creativity, and ultimately, productivity.

When nurtured in the right way, studies show that remote working can actually have a positive impact on business outcomes. The Harvard Business School ‘Work From Anywhere’ report revealed that working from home led to a “13 percent performance increase (compared to working from the office)”. The key to achieving this positive result is employee motivation.

In this guide, UNIPOS break down the science behind motivation and share best practices for motivating your remote or hybrid workforce.

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