Remote work offers the flexibility we’re all craving, but it certainly has its downsides. As your team members start working remotely because of the coronavirus crisis, they’re bound to feel lonely. Your team has gotten used to working in the same room. And now that they have to work from home, they’re going to miss that human connection. In this article, we’re going to show you how to avoid loneliness when working from home.
Let’s take a look!
An Alternative to Water Cooler Chitchat
The main benefit of offices is certainly the breaks we take during the day.
Your team members complete one portion of work, and then they go stretch their legs and chat with their colleagues for a while. This is incredibly important for regaining focus.
However, a water cooler chitchat is not an option when you’re working from home.
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