Disrespected Employees Are Quitting. What Can Managers Do Differently?
The typical signals of respect largely necessitate in-person interaction. They are subtle, easier to provide in informal settings, and contagious to others when everyone is in the same physical space — conditions that are more difficult to replicate in virtual settings. To effectively show respect for a remote workforce, managers should use time, validate employee performance, send tangible respect signals, and offer visibility for employees and their work.