Quarantine fatigue. I have it, you have it, your employees have it. As we pass the one-year mark of this unprecedented historical shift in the way we as a society conduct both social and professional interactions, it’s impossible to not long for a “return to normalcy.”
From an employee engagement perspective, “normal” often meant holding in-person events like the annual holiday party, company retreats or maybe even corporate dance lessons. It also meant being able to have spontaneous meetups both in and out of the office.
But we may never return to the “normal” way of working: remote work models are here to stay. HR teams need to adjust to these new models and learn how to engage remote or hybrid employees
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