Posted by Julie • December 21, 2021 • 1 min read
At the outset, few of us could have imagined COVID-19’s impact on work as we know it. The rise of remote work is creating a new kind of office culture that prioritizes seamless connectivity over traditional routines. And while these new arrangements have some benefits, it is imperative to address the potentially negative consequences of WFH on company culture.
Fortunately, the warning signs of an ineffective remote culture are easy to spot. Business leaders should pay special attention to three red flags: low meeting engagement, disconnected departments and poor employee communication.
Read the full article to learn the warning signs and the actionable measures you can take to positively impact your remote culture in Human Resources Executive Magazine.
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