One of the main problems with remote work is that employees can’t constantly stay in touch with their colleagues, and compare their performance to everyone else’s. But Spinify allows your team members to compete.
This is the so-called extrinsic motivation.
You don’t have to track big metrics like sales. Instead, you can focus on micro-metrics that drive progress. For example, leads called, deals offered, and so on.
3.Gamification Facilitates Communication
Finally, it’s much easier to recognize performance if you can… you know, see it.
If your remote workers are not in the same room, they have no idea what their colleagues are doing to achieve great results.
There’s no visibility.
Consequently, those who aren’t top performers are more likely to engage in social loafing and stop giving their 100%.
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