Staying in contact to maintain company culture

Organisations have to work harder to foster a sense of belonging when staff no longer gather daily under one roof

2nd August, 2020
Staying in contact to maintain company culture
A feeling of connection is harder when staff work from home. Picture: Getty

A friend of mine who worked at one of the world’s largest tech companies used to text me regularly telling me she was “WFH”. This was six years ago and I had not heard this acronym for “working from home”, such was the scarcity of employers who actually offered this option to their employees.

I was slightly envious of her WFH days, which she inevitably filled with personal appointments....

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