We all know that remote/home working can be a huge draw when it comes to choosing a new role. However, studies have shown that remote employees are likely to feel isolated or cut off from their office based colleagues.
I know that I couldn't work remotely the whole time. But I also know that it suits so many people. The article below explores some insights to how other companies are building bridges between co-workers. Whether remote or office based.
A 2017 study found that remote employees are more likely to feel left out or isolated than their onsite peers. And when employees work remotely most or all of the time, they can find it hard to mesh with the company culture, which will hold back collaboration and hurt engagement and morale.