One of the most important parts of keeping your remote employees engaged is to show that you appreciate their efforts. Working remotely is not as easy as it may seem. Yes, it comes with many advantages such as more time for yourself and less time spent commuting, flexibility, and comfort, and coziness.
But at the same time, they also need to face a lot of distractors and organize their working space accordingly. Time management is particularly difficult when working remotely, and you could help your employees get better at this. There are many techniques to help your employees with proper time management and focus on important work tasks, such as the Pomodoro method. Time tracking tools
are continuously being developed, and offering your employees the opportunity to use them increases their perceived control over their job. And thus, their sense of satisfaction and engagement.