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Before COVID, leaders assumed that if employees were in the office, they were doing their jobs. How can they know if their now hybrid and remote workers are still productive?
Surveys show workers want to stay at home and RTO plans are falling short. But that’s not the case for one organization in particular.
Remote work has transformed the way many companies engage, recognize, and reward employees. And we like to believe it’s for the best!
The past few years have been trial and error for many people and organizations when it comes to hybrid work. So what have we learned so far?
As it turns out, hybrid workers feel more connected to their organization’s culture than others. Except for one group of employees.
Remote work has its ups and downs. Through it all, remote employees need support from their managers in order to thrive.
Employee engagement has dropped from 36% engaged employees in 2020 to 34% in 2021. Reversing this will be crucial for the future of work.
Water cooler moments strengthen employee connections. Remote employees don’t have the same opportunity to run into one another casually. Or do they?
Video calls have become the new normal, and they can become exhausting. But there are ways to re-energize and boost morale!