Our businesses have changed a lot since the beginning of the pandemic.
And, even now that things are slowly returning to normal, we still have employees working from
different places. It’s for this reason that it’s really important to adapt your management style.
Because the way you manage your office-based workers won’t be effective if you have remote or hybrid workers on the team, too.
When some of your people aren’t in the office every day – or even every week – you run the risk of them feeling ignored, left out, and disconnected from the business. Even in cases where an employee is ordinarily highly engaged, if things like regular review meetings are forgotten and they feel excluded from decisions, they could easily become demotivated and resentful.
Fortunately, it only takes a few tweaks and a little forward planning to keep your people happy,
motivated and productive. And, to save you a lot of hard work, I’ve written a new guide that tells
you exactly what you need to keep in mind for all of your workers, wherever they’re based.
You can get your FREE copy today
Helen Price-Evans is an HR expert and specialises in helping SME’S in the Financial sector with their HR needs.
Helen understands Financial SME’S, having worked with clients in the sector for many years.
Helen also understands that it can be tricky to know the best ways to keep a team engaged and happy, as well as everything else that comes with managing a busy business.
Helen has written this guide to help you adapt your management style to our new ways of working in today’s environment.
Why are we giving this guide away for free?
Giving you all of this valuable information at no cost is the best way for us to learn about your business and what Helen can do to help improve your HR.
Maybe we will go on to do some work together in the future. Maybe we won’t. Either way, there’s no obligation to use the services of Starfish People HR in the future.
Simply click the tab below to get your free copy.
“The ultimate guide to managing your team’s performance”