How do you effectively bring your employees back to work and ensure they feel safe, secure, and ready to perform? An updated Reboarding Strategy could be your solution. Reboarding is a big topic right now due to the thousands of employees being brought back to work after a coronavirus-related furlough or an extended workplace closure.
Why You Should Reboard
Providing employees with the chance to make their challenges and concerns known may help you identify potential problems with you plans to bring your staff back to work. By enabling real, two-way communication, leaders may turn the COVID-19 crisis into an opportunity to strengthen corporate culture, increase employee engagement and boost productivity and loyalty over the long run.
Here are a few steps you can take right now to post-pandemic-proof your business.
What You Need to Do
For employees: Reboarding should be focused on building trust and setting expectations.
For Owners, Managers and Leaders: Your Reboarding goal is to build confidence and focus on good communication while moving your business forward.
written by: Donna Kunde
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