Your toolkit to a sustainable remote working transition
This remote working toolkit is a credible, researched and endorsed solution developed to help organisations of all sizes understand their readiness for remote work transition.
The toolkit comprises of:
- A self-assessment evaluation survey
- A playbook that form the backbone of the toolkit that you can implement yourself
- And a Guidebook that aids the decision making process by providing best practise context of contemporary HR and remote working resources and tips
The toolkit is centred on a remote working maturity framework and model that has been designed to evaluate 10 critical factors across 4 levels of remote working readiness.
As a business, you must first understand how the current status of your business operates on the remote framework and levels in order to understand the remote working transition journey ahead to achieve the desired level of remote working.
You will assess your current organisational ways of working for all 10 critical factors and a score will be calculated and mapped on the maturity model. The score will position your organisational ways of working on a certain level and provide the much needed insights for the level of remote working for each critical factor.
With this in-depth understanding or remote ways of working, you will now have the objective guidance to prioritise specific maturity/transition HR projects, allocating and forecasting budget and resources to ensure that remote working transition is effective with minimal impact on productivity and daily operations.
This toolkit will provide you with objective guidance you need to start the remote working transition plan that uplifts performance, sustains productivity, manages fearful expectations, creates transparency and effects the desired change.
Each project on the priority list within the context of remote working and critical factor maturity can be scoped, planned and delivered on One Circle with experts in each of the critical factor and remote working areas of specialisation.