BPM’s Stacy Litteral discusses three strategies for employers to refresh how they handle employee engagement.

HR professionals have certainly faced more than their fair share of challenges from the pandemic, while many workers are feeling increased levels of stress and burnout. However, it’s never too late for a fresh start, and according to BPM Managing Director Stacy Litteral, now is the time for employers to listen and take into account what their employees really need.

In her article for Human Resource Executive, Stacy encourages employers to develop strong work teams to drive employee engagement with remote work. She explains, “With the right tools and commitment, businesses can make remote work just as engaging and motivating as in-person office work.” Fostering and establishing positive relationships, setting clear expectations and boundaries, and leveraging technology tools are a handful of key strategies that can increase employee satisfaction and drive long-term success in the workplace. 

Read the full article on the Human Resource Executive website.

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