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It turns out that people like to work remotely for yourself, but do not like to work as their leaders.
Office workers whose immediate managers work remotely, receive less feedback, feel less important and less satisfied with their jobs. This is indicated by the study of American Scientists, Timothy D. Golden from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and Alan Frome from the market research agency GfK Custom Research.
Study and scientific analysis has undergone a degree of influence that leaders have on employees with different mode of operation.
The results showed that the less subordinates in direct contact with the boss, the less the effect may have a head for their employees.
The maximum impact – the leaders of the traditional mode of operation. This is natural. Managers who spend part of the week outside the office, have less influence on their subordinates. And the most minimal impact – for those managers who never appear in the office.
It is noteworthy that remote workers who do not have to sit in an office environment all day, more than satisfied with their work, more productive and more loyal to their employers and management.
The results will be useful to those companies in which telework – the most popular option. Possessing this information, managers can prepare for possible problems in the teams entrusted to them.
Researchers do not deny remote management, as such. However, the bosses will not be superfluous to take additional measures to their employees feel valued and receive regular feedback from superiors, interacting with subordinates on a regular basis.