Touches on the shoulder, staring, offensive remarks, and overly personal questions in the break room. Yes, those in-person situations are not with us when we work remotely, but watch out. An evolving workplace environment presents a heightened set of issues. And every company needs to be prepared.
As post-pandemic work shifts to hybrid or fully remote, companies are seeing the upside of having remote employees, such as an expanded talent pool from which to choose and increased retention of satisfied employees who appreciate the flexibility of working from home. There are other pluses