Insight: How to keep employees connected in a virtual world
It’s easy for staff who are working remotely to feel disengaged so organising events and activities that facilitate interaction are more important than ever
The ability to build relationships is a sought-after skill. It appears in many job specs and that’s because employers understand the value of interpersonal engagement in the working world.
We are engaging less with our colleagues right now and much of the personal interaction we usually take for granted is on hold.
So, where does that leave our ability to build and, crucially, maintain our work relationships?
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