How to Build a Healthy, Positive Remote Workplace

The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated many workplace trends that were already developing before the coronavirus changed the world. Perhaps the biggest trend was in remote and distributed work. By the fall of 2020, almost 65% of salaried employees and almost 50% of hourly employees were working remotely. 

The remote/hybrid work trend has continued in 2021 and will likely become a permanent part of the business landscape in the future. While many workers welcome this change, there can be negative aspects to remote work. Gallup reported that loneliness and isolation are a particular problem for employees who work remotely. If your company has established a remote or hybrid model, it’s important to maintain a healthy, positive workplace so employees can remain adaptable and efficient in their work. 

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