Why remote work deserves an upgrade

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Teams are looking for personal exchange - yet feel disconnected

Most of us have been there: When working remotely, we miss the close connection to our teammates and the spontaneous chats that we know from the office.

Getting this right is key for a motivating and sustainable work environment

With teams now working in distributed setups for more than just a few months, the human side of things becomes increasingly important: Not only does it impact our personal wellbeing - it also reflects on how strongly we identify with our team, our job, and our employer.

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Critical trends underscore the need for companies to improve their status quo

Recent surveys suggest that 26 percent of workers in the United States are already preparing to look for new employment opportunities and 40 percent of workers globally are considering leaving their current employers by the end of the year. Again other studies suggest that nearly half of employees feel at least somewhat burned out.

Check out visavis to see how it can help you accelerate on the human side of remote work!

Interesting references

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"People don't leave for better opportunities, they leave when they don't feel connected"
(Rishad Premji, executive Chairman WiPro, on moneycontrol.com)

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"What 12,000 Employees Have to Say About the Future of Remote Work"
(Adriana Dahik, Deborah Lovich, Caroline Kreafle, Allison Bailey, Julie Kilmann, Derek Kennedy, Prateek Roongta, Felix Schuler, Leo Tomlin, and John Wenstrup)

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"It's time for leaders to get real about hybrid work"
(y By Aaron De Smet, Bonnie Dowling, Mihir Mysore, and Angelika Reich)

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"What Employees are saying about the Future of Remote Work"
(y By Andrea Alexander, Aaron De Smet, Meredith Langstaff, and Dan Ravid)

Why remote work deserves an upgrade

Teams are looking for personal exchange - yet feel disconnected

Most of us have been there: When working remotely, we miss the close connection to our teammates and the spontaneous chats that we know from the office.

desk_sad_v01

Getting this right is key for a motivating and sustainable work environment

With teams now working in distributed setups for more than just a few months, the human side of things becomes increasingly important: Not only does it impact our personal wellbeing - it also reflects on how strongly we identify with our team, our job, and our employer.

Critical trends underscore the need for companies to improve their status quo

Recent surveys suggest that 26 percent of workers in the United States are already preparing to look for new employment opportunities and 40 percent of workers globally are considering leaving their current employers by the end of the year. Again other studies suggest that nearly half of employees feel at least somewhat burned out.

Check out visavis to see how it can help you accelerate on the human side of remote work!

Handsome big man in casual clothes gesturing ok sign isolated vector illustration

Interesting references

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"What 12,000 Employees Have to Say About the Future of Remote Work"
(Adriana Dahik, Deborah Lovich, Caroline Kreafle, Allison Bailey, Julie Kilmann, Derek Kennedy, Prateek Roongta, Felix Schuler, Leo Tomlin, and John Wenstrup)

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"It's time for leaders to get real about hybrid work"
(y By Aaron De Smet, Bonnie Dowling, Mihir Mysore, and Angelika Reich)

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"What Employees are saying about the Future of Remote Work"
(y By Andrea Alexander, Aaron De Smet, Meredith Langstaff, and Dan Ravid)