Is working remotely going to reduce my recognition?

Managers should focus on results, not “face time”, but that does not mean it will not be a challenge. Remember that your performance speaks volumes whether you are in the office or working remotely. TPD is strongly encouraging employees to follow these best practices that we thought were helpful from the Society of Human Resources (SHRM): Focus on building relationships. Try to participate in as many virtual get-togethers and optional meetings as you can so your co-workers and management can see your abilities and leadership skills firsthand. And even though you are not physically in the office, you should act as if you were—for example, during meetings, it is recommended to keep your camera on and be appropriately dressed. Contributing ideas, supporting teammates even when you have a full plate, and taking a proactive approach when challenges arise will go a long way in showing why you deserve to be recognized.