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The sudden shift to remote work has enabled companies to remain productive through one of the world’s biggest disruptions on record. But while business has moved forward, employee engagement, team camaraderie and cohesiveness have suffered.

When the pandemic is behind us, remote and more socially distant work will remain. There are many benefits to remote work, though it also comes at a price – fewer in-person interactions with our co-workers. And while the virtual white board won’t ever be as good as the live experience, we’ve been largely successful translating these in-person work interactions into a virtual setting. Otherwise, we wouldn’t be seeing so many companies embrace remote work!

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