Remote Working Analytics

Remote Working Analytics

Some people take to working remotely really well and some people don’t.

How can you tell the difference and what support can you offer?

Whether remote work is new to your organisation or you’ve been doing it successfully for years, your employees have likely experienced both the benefits and the challenges of getting things done away from the office. While many people enjoy working remotely and do so successfully, a multitude of challenges can make it quite difficult for others. For example:

  • Possible lack of structure
  • Lack of social contact and potential feelings of isolation
  • Overwork/stress from not being able to switch off
  • Managing different kinds of interruptions
  • Adapting to new technology
  • Managing physical and mental health

Harrison Assessments Remote Working Analytics allows you to measure and understand employees’ capacity to work remotely and how leaders need to adjust their management style to help employees succeed in a remote environment.

Important questions to ask when implementing a remote workforce:

• How can the capacity to work remotely be measured and understood?
• How can leaders adjust their management style to help employees succeed in a remote environment?
• How can data and talent analytics assist in making good decisions for your organisation?

Harrison Assessments have developed specific Remote Work Behavioural Competencies to help organisations maximise performance and meet the challenges of working in a remote environment. Using a unique behavioural competencies framework, Harrison have developed two new competencies for Remote Productivity and Remote Communication. There are two versions of the competencies: One for remote workers and the other for leaders who manage remote workers.

Remote Workers – can compare their own behavioural tendencies to those that are most likely to produce positive outcomes.

Leaders of Remote Workers – can gain insights into their own management style and potential adjustments that will benefit team members and organisational performance.

Analysis – Identifying Development & Training Needs

The Remote Worker Analysis Reports target three distinct areas:

1. The Remote Work Behavioural Competencies which identify traits needed for effective remote productivity and communication.

2. The Behavioural Success Analysis Report identifies an individual’s fit with the job which is the primary foundation for successful remote working.

3. The Engagement and Retention Report assesses the individual’s level of engagement which is also a foundation for successful remote working.

If you’d like to know more about how to quickly identify people who may need support working remotely, please contact Pat Hutchinson:, 07768 922244