As work in the past year has turned mostly remote, one nearly universal experience has been job burnout, as seen in the countless surveys that have gone out to measure employee experience. However, it doesn’t take a survey to notice that some of the old team-building processes that happened in person have flown out the window.
In this blog, we revisit ways in which employers can foster inclusivity, diversity and respect with their remote workforce. We dive into some common challenges employers have faced (and continue to face) and ways that we can leap forward into a new year with a focus on inclusivity, healthy communication and ultimately, productivity.What Is the Definition of a Respectful Workplace?
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