Six Best Practice for Building Virtual Teams

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Just 10 percent of employees worked remotely before the COVID-19 pandemic, but more than one-third (34 percent) will likely continue to work virtually once the pandemic is over, according to a recent survey of chief human resources officers and talent leaders by Spencer Stuart. Some organizations will lean even more heavily into remote working, with as much as 65 percent of the workforce being virtual.

With remote and hybrid work arrangements likely here to stay, more teams are encountering the pitfalls — the tendency toward silos, spotty information-sharing, poor communication, unresolved conflicts and more, according to new report from Spencer Stuart’s

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