How to maintain culture during WFH

Here’s how you can build community while workers continue to log into virtual workstations and offices remain empty.

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Working from home has forced people to find new ways to collaborate, which has been a good thing for remote work engagement.

Videoconferencing once was the “alternate”—an option that paled in comparison to in-person participation in important meetings. Virtual participants couldn’t get a word in. That’s changed with online communications.

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