Workplace Culture in “the New Normal”
Keys to staying socially connected even when we’re physically distant
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced most of us into isolation and redefined “normal conditions” in both our personal and work lives. Most of us are not working from the office right now, which brings new challenges in keeping our work lives distinct from our personal lives.
There is, of course, a natural overlap between work and personal. A big part of the workplace experience is the daily interaction with our “work family.” This personal and social aspect of work has suffered a blow. How, then, do we maintain our corporate culture? What are the keys to staying socially connected even when we’re physically distant?
Technology to the Rescue?
We hear a lot about how technology in our lives has interfered with personal relationships, but this might just be one time where tech actually helps us. There are several ways that technology tools can better connect us with our coworkers.
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