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Work culture is an important part of every business. Whether intentional or not, a personality and ethic develops when people spend time together. Leaders who work to instill and maintain positive culture receive a wide range of benefits that lead to business longevity and prosperity. In recent years there has been a trend toward remote work. Often, those individuals physically outside of the core group are also outside of the culture. With the recent acceleration of mobile jobs, work from home and the gig economy, it is imperative to shift to a more holistic view of company culture—from work culture to remote work culture.
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