Remote Working Has Made Developing Relationships With Colleagues Harder --Here's What Workers and Bosses Need Right Now

Author:
Mark A. Clark; Meredith Persily
Date:
March 6, 2023
Type:

The authors note the changes that the global pandemic has brought to the workplace, and observe that hybrid working environments have created challenges for employee culture, career paths, mentoring and general wellbeing. From their research they bring useful pointers to help orientate organisations to new demographics and workplace relationships.

"How should leaders relate to, and support, their colleagues and subordinates? How can leaders discern what employees want out of the workplace and help them to get it? What can employees do to demonstrate their value while having fewer interactions with their co-workers and supervisors? What are the hallmarks of an organizational environment where employees can flourish?"

https://theconversation.com/remote-work-has-made-developing-relationships-with-colleagues-harder-heres-what-workers-and-bosses-need-now-194883

Image: Photo by Tyler Franta on Unsplash

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