Being digitally connected doesn’t necessarily mean that a team working remotely feels connected. Discover five simple strategies to bridge the gap and create a sense of community.
There’s certainly no denying that working remotely has a host of perks. Commuting costs are cut down, there’s more opportunity to be hands on at home, and there’s simply more flexibility when life’s unexpected surprises rear their heads. But while the list of pros is long, working remotely also has many surprising disadvantages. Chief among these is the disconnect it often causes in team dynamics, from company culture and employee well-being to