2 - Engage with your community.
Whether you’re all working in a single location or are spread across the country (or world!), your employees want to feel connected to their community.
So, create opportunities for your employees to engage with the communities either in person or virtually. You might consider sponsoring a local organization or an activity, such as volunteering for a food bank.
Getting employees involved together strengthens your team.
3 - Foster a healthy work environment (even when remote!)
Work can contribute to health problems, especially if employees spend most of their time sitting in front of a screen. Finding ways to get your team more active is a great example of a strong work-life balance initiative.
You could offer a stipend to employees so that they can purchase standing desks or other office materials that might improve their work setup. Additionally, you could look into sponsoring gym memberships or offering healthy events through the company, such as after-hours yoga.
Do not forget the importance of mental health!
Encourage your employees to mark off time on their calendars for meditation, therapy, exercise, and so on. By putting it on their calendars, other team members will know not to bother them during that time.