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Before 2020, people used to covet the opportunity to work from home so they could eliminate their commute, wear comfortable clothing, and set up a convenient workstation. When the majority of companies began remote work at the onset of the pandemic, there was a slight sense of optimism amongst employees that these perks would be permanent for the foreseeable future. However, without the physical office tying team members together, company culture was inadvertently undermined.

Many companies lost the ability to sustain what made their organization different once their employees began working remotely, causing a shift in employee satisfaction. As we head into 2021, it is more vital than ever for companies to reevaluate their plans to enliven their company cultures as a way to retain talent.

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