Tips to increase remote collaboration - Newsletter Text Content
Adapting to a changing work environment over the last few months has taught us all a great deal about the resiliency of teams. Even as a longtime manager of remote employees, there have been a lot of a-ha moments for me along the way. Many of those moments have come courtesy of many of you who have shared all the new ways you are navigating work and collaborating at a distance.
According to a recent study of remote teams , 62% of knowledge workers have increased their use of collaboration tools since working from home.
As teams recalibrate, and in some cases, start planning for a return to the office , it is more clear than ever that distributed work will persist. It goes without saying that this shared experience can serve as a catalyst to bring teams everywhere closer together.
Stay well and thank you for being a part of our community.
Head of Corporate Marketing
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