Work has changed. Previously, you could check in with your employees and coworkers by walking down the hall, meeting up in the common area, or doing a quick pop-in to get the support you needed. Today, that’s no longer an option for everyone, or for most people.
Working from home is here, and for many, it’s here to stay. While there are some real work-from-home benefits in productivity and informality, many team members feel isolated, frustrated and stressed out by the challenge of creating a sustainable and fulfilling work-from-home foundation.
Many are experiencing: