The workplace is going remote, it’s no surprise.
How can we work to create a feeling of connection between employees?
First and least surprisingly, more companies will put in place remote and hybrid work as a permanent fixture in 2022.
While the share of fully remote workers has dropped from 41.7% to 26.7% between 2020 and 2021, hybrid work is growing. Roughly two-thirds of the U.S. workforce works from home at least part-time, and businesses expect to maintain this trend due to our current climate.
That means that there will be a need for connection across the workplace now more than ever.
As remote work has become more common, it’s raised awareness about employees’ mental health.
Issues like loneliness seem to be more prominent, among remote workers, and one in five Americans experience a mental health issue each year.
As home offices replace on-premise workspaces, mental wellbeing will become the leading workplace health concern.
More workplaces are signing on to CSR programs to instill some balance in their business.
Mobile challenges and corporate social responsibility is a great way to think about connecting your employees.
Think CSR challenges, environmental challenges, and wellness challenges, there is a big opportunity to connect your employees and make a difference towards healthier lives.
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