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Employee Engagement in a Remote World

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Language:  English
Whilst most can agree that a hybrid working structure looks likely going forward, we need to consider certain factors to make it work optimally.
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Studies show that flexibility is extremely important to employees in the new world of work. In a recent study conducted by EY, of 16,000 employees, 54% of global workers would consider leaving their job post-COVID-19 pandemic if they are not afforded some form of flexibility in where and when they work. Employers need to establish a culture that gives employers what they want, whilst ensuring the needs of the business are met. Establishing that intersection is key. Here are some things you need to consider as an employer, to attract, retain and reward top talent.

About the Author

Sara Sabin is a qualified accountant, former start-up founder, and leadership coach. Sara uses neuroscience, positive psychology and cutting edge transformative coaching techniques, to coach leaders and their teams, to become more emotional smart, develop neutral empathy, and balanced leadership skills, so that they develop more effective and profitable teams, ultimately increasing their own and their team’s business and bottom-line impact

About the Author

Sara Sabin

Sara Sabin is a qualified accountant, former start-up founder, and leadership coach. Sara uses neuroscience, positive psychology and cutting edge transformative coaching techniques, to coach leaders and their teams, to become more emotional smart, focused and higher performing, and to approach business challenges in a more creative way, so that they are more effective and profitable, ultimately increasing their own and their team’s business and bottom-line impact.