woman backlit by window with face in hands Opportunities come up naturally at the office to see how employees are doing, but if your team is working remotely, you'll need to be more intentional. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The pandemic has been hard on all of us. In the U.S., hundreds of thousands have lost family members. Millions have been infected with the virus. Tens of millions who are lucky enough to have a job found themselves isolated while working from home, juggling children's online schooling, taking care of vulnerable loved ones and doing all of this while trying to remain productive at work.

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