Loneliness and isolation are two of the biggest struggles for remote workers. A 2017 Harvard study found those working outside the office felt left out from, or even shunned by, their companies. Gallup research from earlier in 2020 found that just 30% of remote employees reported feeling engaged with their company and professional relationships, which means more than half (54%) didn’t.
That’s an alarming percentage of glum remote workers, but you can introduce many activities to your remote team to boost their engagement, and thus performance, while helping ease possible feelings of loneliness or isolation.
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