7 Ways Remote Teams Are Getting the Most Out of Structural

Our mission at Structural is to empower individuals and teams to do work better and faster, eliminating traditional silos through the use of human-centered data. In the past three weeks, Structural user activity has shot up 20%, largely due to increased remote work as social distancing becomes a top priority. 

For organization leaders seeking a solution to keep remote workers connected and productive during these times and even beyond, we want to share some of the ways Structural can be used to do just this, with examples from our current customers.


7 Ways Remote Teams Are Getting the Most Out of Structural


1.  Optimized Remote Worker Profiles

Surfacing the data that will be most impactful for remote workers such as quick-links to calendars and videoconferencing as well as current priorities and obstacles.  




2.  Organization-Wide or Team-Specific Polling

Getting a sense of each individual's needs.


3.  Knowledge-Sharing  (i.e. "WFH Experts") and Support Group Creation

Sharing tips and tricks, resources and support across teams, or across subsets of teams facing the same questions or challenges (check out how this is done using our Groups functionality!)

4.  Community Outreach & Corporate Giving Opportunity-Sharing

Spreading positivity organization-wide and beyond by (virtually) uniting for a common cause. 

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5.  Sharing of WFH Spaces and Moments


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6.  Health and Wellness Information Sharing

Sharing important wellness information and best practices like this telemedicine benefit reminder below.

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7.  Mentor Program Creation

Many of our customers have great success enabling mentorship programs using Structural, like the "Mentor Network" group below.  As employees hunker down at home,  what was previously commute time can now be dedicated to giving back or meeting someone new.

Mentor Groups


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