Saratoga, CA, March 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- As remote work becomes a common practice across industries, it brings along numerous challenges to the workplace status quo. The challenge is to ensure their teams stay productive and motivated without being physically present in the workplace. Therefore, now is perhaps the best opportunity for leaders and management to step up and tackle the growing problem of employee engagement for distributed teams.
While remote working has its fair share of benefits, like saving time and money on commutes and encouraging better work-life balance, it also has some downsides. Remote workers can often feel less engaged and connected to their company, and this can further reflect on their productivity and performance. According to global engagement authority Gallup, engagement comes mostly from relationships, and that stays even more relevant for remote employee engagement. Research consistently demonstrates that when employees have strong...
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