In the current working landscape, many organisations already have flexible workplace practices in place, allowing employees to work from home remotely to improve the work-life balance of employees in line with business goals. New generations of the workforce such as Millennials and Gen Z’ers also expect their workplaces to offer flexible working.
There may also be other circumstances where companies have to implement a work-from-home policy as a necessity, such as the current coronavirus concerns around the world and employees have been told to stay home, particularly in Asia.
How then can employers support and virtually manage their remote workers? In turn, how do employees remain productive while working from home without access to their usual office setup?
The key is to ensure a workplace environment that enables effective team collaboration and communication regardless of location. In this Cantonese webinar, Nintex expert Chris Chan will demonstrate how you can support your remote workers with the Nintex Process Platform and other collaboration tools:
- Ensure consistency of business processes across the organisation with Nintex Promapp®
- Automate and support change management seamlessly with Nintex Workflow and Nintex Forms
- Enable ongoing team collaboration and communication via integration with tools like Microsoft Teams and others
Flexible working continues to gain traction, particularly as the nature of work today becomes increasingly global. Allowing employees to work remotely has been proven to help businesses to recruit and retain staff, reduce absenteeism and turnover rates, and increase overall workplace productivity.
View this webinar on-demand to see how you can ensure employee productivity, even when operating during a crisis. These best practices can also be implemented more widely beyond the current coronavirus outbreak, and sets up your organisation to be ready for the future of work.
Sales Engineer, Nintex
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