HR managers try new methods of engaging employees and improving overall productivity from time to time. Based on the type of industry, employees, and the culture of work some approaches and some do not.
What most managers do not realize is that with the changing work culture, it is important to monitor the employee’s progress and help them with the roadblocks they face from time to time.
Employee check-ins are a great way for managers to gain a clear understanding of their employees. They help you improve your organization’s overall productivity by enabling managers and team members to frequently discuss any questions, concerns, or ideas they have. In the current scenario, where most organizations are still functioning remotely, the importance of weekly check-ins cannot be denied. It will not only help everyone stay updated but will also keep the employees engaged.
Here’s how having a culture of frequent check-ins at your company, can help you increase overall productivity.
Establishes Communication Channel with Your remote team
Having frequent employee check-ins allows you to communicate with your employees frequently and get a proper understanding of their current work. This also makes employees feel that they have a safe place to share their concerns as well as discuss their ideas. Keeping an open line of communication between managers and employees boosts morale and fosters positive relationships.
Builds Trust And Support
Communication is the key to establishing trust between employees and managers. Having weekly employee check-ins allows you to build that rapport with your team members. Encourage employees to come to you with questions, ideas, and concerns so that they understand that you genuinely want to support them. – Read more
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