No matter where employees are located geographically — be it in an office or remote — they all want equal appreciation. Perks and benefits are a great way to show employees you care and are willing to invest in them. While some employers may think there is no need to provide office-style perks to their remote workforce, they couldn’t be more wrong. Remote perks enhance company culture and reduce employee loneliness, among other benefits:Create a sense of belongingMaking employees feel like they belong creates a great impact on your business.
Chas Fields and Julie Develin join HR Bartender Show podcast host Sharlyn Lauby where they talk about employee feedback and technology.