Women's Network—Tips for Maintaining Strong Connections with Colleagues in the Virtual Workplace
- November 01, 2020
- Dana Good , Saint Luke’s Health System , Kansas City, MO
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a major, immediate, and likely lasting shift in the way many U.S. employees work. In a July/August 2020 Gallup poll, 26% of U.S. employees reported working entirely from home, with an additional 12% reporting that they have worked from home at least 50% of the time in recent weeks.1 This could become more permanent. A recent survey indicates that more than 82% of company leaders plan to allow employees to work remotely at least part time even after the pandemic.2
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