As distant, impersonal, and mixed workplaces continue at UC Berkeley, some of us may feel tired, desperate, sad, or any other emotions. It’s important to know that the people on our teams feel the same way and may be looking for help from you, their manager, and their manager. If you spend 10 minutes exploring this route, you will be ready to catch up with Managing Remote Employees.

In short, everything has changed drastically in the world, our work, and our personal lives. Despite these annoyances, our mission remains the same: “Teaching, Research, and Public Service” and we want to find new, creative ways to support this work. As a community administrator and leader at this great website, it is up to you to create an environment that enables your team to do their best job and have the greatest job satisfaction. At the same time, however, you also have to take care of yourself. The purpose of this article is to provide you with an understanding the challenges of to Managing Remote Employees we face, both as individuals and as leaders, as well as other helpful tips for addressing them.