As a good deal of the working world has settled into a work from home (WFH) regimen, there has been an increasingly touchy subject between employers and employees alike. Can workers be trusted to work from home?
For a long time, many managers wanted to have their people in the office so that they could keep an eye on them. Is this really necessary, though? Really, if you cannot trust your employees enough to get the work done, perhaps you have some trust issues and shouldn’t have hired them in the first place.
A surprising 48% of employees believe that levels of trust have changed since the pandemic. It’s time to show employees that even a WFH employee can be trusted to get the job done. If your workplace has a performance culture, it’s clear that the employees are still getting the work done – even from afar.
Learn more about trusting WFH workers in the visual deep dive below: