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As companies plan for a return to the workplace, they’ll have to consider a combination of factors, including business needs, safety concerns and the individual comfort levels of their employees.

It’s been one year since the global pandemic forced many businesses to take their workplaces virtual. Chatting via screens has become commonplace, but managers especially have faced new challenges in managing their employees when they can’t meet in person. These challenges have forced managers to become more present and creative as they seek to provide workers with what they need.

Related: Adapting employee benefits for a remote world

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