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Remote Working Made Easy During Pandemic Season

Posted in Coronavirus Or COVID- 19, Current Affairs, Remote Workig, and Strategy

Last updated on June 14, 2021

Tools, Tips, and Strategies for Successful Remote Work during Pandemic

Remote Working Made easy

The global pandemic has decimated the economy. As a result, many companies have shut down entirely while even more are still bleeding money.   This post deals with few vital strategies, and tips, and tools for remote working made easy during the pandemic season.

Lots of people lost their jobs because their companies have been shut down. Some companies simply don’t have the money to pay them. So it’s a difficult time for many people out there looking for jobs.

However, not all hope is lost. Companies and individuals have adjusted to the situation – remote work. Simply put, lots of employees are working from their homes to avoid safety risks while remaining productive.

If you want to find the right remote employees, you need to use the right online assessment tools, approaches, and strategies.

Remote Working Made Easy –  The Tools You Need

Remote Working Made easy

Proprofs Online Assessment Software

This online assessment software is essential if you want to train your remote employees while having absolute control. It lets you score people, track performance, and give feedback.

ProProfs also lets you assess potential new hires and see whether or not they are suitable for the job without even making contact with them.


ClassMarker is a quiz and test maker that lets you grade, assign, and create tests. It can be used for training, business, and educational assessments.

It’s similar to ProProfs, although ProProfs can be integrated with the whole learning management system of the same company.


This assessment tool is glitch-free and lets you choose from over 800 pre-made tests. In addition, it lets you remove bias and find the best applicants on the list.

The whole recruitment process is fair and based on transparent evidence. It has a free trial option.


This is an online assessment software designed for technical assessments. It can be used by companies of all sizes with various interviews, tests, and certifications throughout the whole hiring process.

Think Exam

This “online examination” system is designed to provide thorough reporting, create tests, prevent cheating, and assign courses. It’s best for recruitment, education, and corporate training.

Survey Anyplace

Survey Anyplace is an assessment software best for sales professionals, marketing professionals, customer service, trainers, and teachers that want to get valuable insights from their audiences.


This is an online exam tool best suited for corporate assessment, coaching, teaching college students, entrance exams, and so on. It lets you do interview tests, live classes, online exams, and create quiz papers.

Test Invite

This tool was designed for all kinds of online assessments and exams. It has a library template you can use, or you can create assessments on your own. In addition, it offers coding tests, formative assessments, cultural fit tests, personality assessments, and much more.

Remote Working Made Easy – Additional Tips to Consider

Make the work environment comfortable.

Even though remote work is in an online environment, it doesn’t mean that it can’t be uncomfortable. Therefore, it’s crucial to set up processes and tools that make work easier.

First of all, everyone should have a good internet connection, video conferencing, project management tools, a communication platform, and so on.

At the same time, every remote worker should adjust their workspace to feel comfortable while working. This includes having a good computer, chair, desk, and as much sunlight as possible.

Set clear boundaries from the get-go.

Remote work can quickly get out of hand if you’re not careful. People working from their homes without direct communication with their peers can easily forget that work is serious business.

Nobody should do private things while on work time, friends and family members should interrupt anyone, and all of the other disturbances should be brought down to a minimum.

Always communicate.

Whether you are in charge of remote employees or working for a company remotely, you need to communicate constantly.

Whenever you have an issue or something is left unclear, you shouldn’t be lazy and ignore it. Instead, talk about everything so that you are all on the same page to avoid mistakes or misunderstandings.

Remote Working Made Easy – Add some physical activity.

Every job is difficult. Even though sitting behind a computer doesn’t strain your muscles, it does weaken your mind, back, arms, joints, and shoulders.

This is why all remote workers should add some physical activity after work but also during work. When you are on a break, take a couple of minutes to walk around or do some stretches.

Remote Working Made Easy – Strategies You Can Use

Remote Working Made easy

Make security a priority.

Remote work is convenient, but it isn’t without any liabilities. The most significant liability is security. When working online, you need to protect sensitive data, communications, and video calls.

This is why certain security practices need to be set in place when working remotely, including:

  • Having a dedicated work computer
  • Using a VPN
  • Using proxy servers
  • Implementing strong passwords
  • Using the internet responsively
  • Using the device for work only

Personal accountability

When working online, people are likely to cut corners. It’s caused due to lack of transparency and team management. These points need to be addressed as soon as possible.

First of all, everyone should be clear on what their tasks and responsibilities are. At the same time, it’s crucial to have a project management system that tracks all processes and tasks.

Without accountability, you won’t know what you did and give reports or explanations when needed. And, on the other hand, managers won’t be able to find people responsible for errors.

Performance measurement

Specific work performances aren’t that easy to measure, but various tools let you do this. It’s essential to measure your performance personally to see how well you are doing your job.

But managers also need to track performance and see who are the most productive workers. This allows them to make future decisions concerning his/her workforce.

Remote Working Made Easy –  Conclusion

The whole world is waiting for the COVID-19 pandemic to come to an end. But, sadly, the chances are that we will all still be affected by this global health crisis.

Luckily, companies are implementing new tools and processes that enable remote work. They are adjusting to this unique situation and turning towards digital technologies.

If you want your business to be able to compete, you have to do this as well. On the other hand, if you’re just an employee looking for a job, work on acquiring remote skills to help you find your place on the job market.

Author Bio: Kamy Anderson is an ed-tech enthusiast with a passion for writing on emerging technologies in the areas of corporate training and education. He is an expert in learning management system & eLearning authoring tools – currently associated with FroProfs Training Maker.


Disclaimer: This is a guest contribution to Philipscom Associates. The tips tricks, tools, and strategies mentioned in it does not reflect the view and opinions of P V Ariel or Philipscom blog. For More Information Read This


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