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Burnout is very real, particularly for remote workers. Over a quarter of workers reported the inability to unplug outside of work hours as a challenge of working from home.
In a remote structure, the home office might be the living room couch or a kitchen table — with a...
It’s hard to know where productivity and work progress stands when managing remote teams. When you’re not working with your team members in person, updates aren’t as simple as a five-minute chat in the office. And meeting after meeting on Zoom isn’t efficient or sustainable.
Remote work comes with so many avenues for communication, like email, instant messaging apps, or video conferencing—almost too many.
The abundance of platforms and lack of non-verbal cues leaves room for communication to get lost or misinterpreted.
Remote work means your company may be made up of employees scattered across time zones. Approximately 98% of respondents surveyed by Buffer reported their company having employees in multiple zones. This means your team members may be working at different hours of the day, depending on where ...
Company culture thrives on face-to-face interactions. It’s just easier to get employees engaged and invested in the work when they feel connected to your company.
With remote team members, cultivating a sense of company culture isn’t as simple as it would be in the office....
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