Remote Work Training
If you think your remote workplace
has no problems....
...that's the problem.
Of the millions of Americans who now work remotely, few have been educated on how to work effectively outside the traditional office.
With no standards and no training, remote employees and their supervisors have no clear strategies for recognizing the pitfalls and overcoming the challenges of remote work. This unorganized, accidental approach to remote work creates conditions that can jeopardize productivity, employee safety, customer service, and company culture.
A recent Gallup poll found that 80% of knowledge workers want to work in a remote or hybrid workplace. However, most have never received professional training regarding productivity, access, communication, or engagement when working away from the control of a traditional office. Without remote standards and training, remote workers often unknowingly undermine their employer’s reputation and weaken the company culture.
The Solution: Our self-paced Remote Professional Certification courses equip your remote and hybrid employees in the crucial areas of productivity, access/cybersecurity, communication, and engagement.
Your Supervisory Staff
Supervisors typically receive no training in how to effectively support employees who work offsite. When the hidden hazards of the remote workplace arise, supervisors are left to figure things out on their own. With no established standards for remote work and no remote-specific training for their team, a supervisor has limited ability to hold remote workers accountable in a way that’s fair for employees and effective for their company.
The Solution: Our Remote Leader Certification courses give your supervisors strategies for supporting remote and hybrid employees and holding them accountable to research-based standards.
Companies that have no specific strategy for training and supporting their remote employees risk compromising customer service and diminishing customer trust. With no strategic plan for remote workers, organizational culture can weaken. On the other hand, companies that don’t allow employees to work offsite miss the opportunity to tap talent beyond their local labor market, and these companies are less attractive to local workers who seek remote and hybrid jobs.
The Solution: Our Workplace Certification Program takes the guesswork out of remote work. Using quantitative and qualitative methods, we analyze your remote work environment to identify gaps in productivity, access, communication, and engagement.
Through our consultations and resources, your organization will learn how to keep your Certified Remote Professionals and Certified Remote Leaders equipped and engaged for optimal performance.
WorkForceRemote's PACE Model ©
Each of our certification tracks is composed of interactive training materials aligned to our unique PACE Model and includes a broad range of relevant topics important to a remote workforce including: Productivity, Access, Communication, and Engagement.
PACE Model Unpacked: Researchers have studied how remote workplaces and structures affect customers, employees, supervisors, and organizations. Our remote experts have synthesized and applied that research from important fields to create our Remote PACE Standards, which address Productivity, Access, Communication, and Engagement.
Our PACE model serves as the framework of our research-based standards and trainings. Comprehensive, yet flexible, the PACE model allows organizations to address overall remote quality or drill down to individual standards within a single PACE component.
Improving Remote Work
As the trend to work from anywhere continues to expand, organizations are discovering how beneficial remote work can be, as well as challenges of an untrained remote workforce.
As professionals with experience in all aspects of remote work, from technical support to employee supervision, we have made it our commitment to provide programs and professional development trainings to help remote employees and leaders confidently go remote and work on.
Advancing the Field of Remote
We are living in a day where remote work is not just possible, but it is preferred. Working remote is also known as a distributed workforce model, co-located, hybrid model, telecommuting, working offsite, working away, working from home, work at a distance, and work from anywhere. Through our professional development programs, we endeavor to change the perception of remote work.
Technology has enabled the workforce to throw off the confines of the cubicle and migrate away from the traditional office space by working remote partially or full time. The new workplace without walls has allowed traditionally crowded offices to evolve into low-density work spaces.
Our value add.
Benefits & Access
Our flexible online certification programs and professional development training include several benefits.
Let Us Help Your Remote Team
Go remote and work on! ©