Even on a good day, more than half of U.S. workers are unhappy in their jobs. During the coronavirus pandemic, recent studies reveal that percentage is even higher.
Now, as more companies are offering their employees the option to work from home “indefinitely,” managers, HR and business owners are forced to consider this caveat: Studies have found that remote workers tend to be more disengaged and harder to retain. Other studies dug in deeper and indicated that perhaps it’s not the employees that are the issue, but management.
With the extra distance between managers and employees and the reduced ability to check in and boost morale, companies that had never done much in the way of “team appreciation” find themselves scrambling to show they care. And companies that had always practiced team appreciation find themselves needing to boost efforts into high gear.
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