Your employees are demanding more flexibility.

This is now the number one requested benefit from employees across the U.S.

Perhaps you aren’t sure where to start and you may still have your own doubts about how it will actually work within your organization.

We can help you put together a game plan that’s a win/win for everyone.

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Your team needs support and training to succeed while working remotely.

Documenting the specifics is a critical first step but it takes more than just this to be forward thinking in the eyes of job seekers. It must also be communicated well and implemented with care and patience.

If socialization isn’t considered then it can come across as empty promises. And if there’s a lack of clarity and specificity in the day to day, then employees feel isolated and frustrated without the tools, training and skills they need to succeed.


And it HAS to start at the top.

Employees seeking flexibility need to see that their own leaders actually embrace this way of working. This is a cultural shift and it doesn’t happen overnight. The top two areas of pushback we get are around productivity and connectivity.

(1) “How can I tell if they are really working"?”

(2) “There’s no way to maintain a culture with remote workers”

These are outdated assumptions we hear often. We have helped a number of executive teams get more comfortable in these areas. Does this struggle sound familiar?