Have you heard of asynchronous work?

In recent months we have begun to hear about a way of working that will be that of the future: asynchronous work. Unlike the traditional model, in which schedules prevail and all employees must have the same or similar schedules, in asynchronous work the teams work at different times of the day, and they do not have to coincide with each other.

It is a modality that is making its way after the rise of teleworking and the need to implement less expensive and more productive work models. From Grupo SPEC, the Spanish technology company specialized in time control and access solutions, leader in Spain, Portugal and Latin America, the keys to successfully implement this new modality.


There are many advantages that have been associated with asynchronous work. One of them is productivity. By not sticking to strict schedules, the worker concentrates in getting your job done. In the same way, this absence of the restrictions caused by a tight schedule increases motivation, since it is in line with flexibility and conciliation. Another advantage that has been most associated with this new modality is that talent becomes global and companies can count on it regardless of the country in which it is located.

Train the teams

One of the first steps that the company must take if it wants to establish the asynchronous work modality is training. The teams must be trained in the tools that they will have to use to carry out their work, in the new model established, objectives and requirements, etc. As highlighted by Grupo SPEC, training is key.

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For asynchronous work to be successful, a well-defined internal communication strategy is necessary. Teams will need to be aware of what their peers are doing and if there are any changes this will need to be communicated immediately. In the same way, it is convenient to hold regular meetings, but well established and defined, in order to establish the team spirit.

Correctly define the objectives

In the same way, it must be taken into account that asynchronous work is very much in line with work by objectives. For this, the company will have to define clearly and precisely the objectives of each of the professionals. It is necessary for each of them to know precisely what goals they will have to achieve and in the event that these are modified, they will have to communicate them sufficiently in advance.

Have appropriate technological tools

Likewise, another of the main keys to asynchrony is that the company and, therefore, the employees, have the necessary technological tools to carry it out. This would be the case of effective communication platforms, as well as time control platforms that are in line with this new modality and allow effective management of it.

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