Working from home on a regular basis poses challenges for employees and employers alike. While many organizations see a boost in productivity with employees at home due to less time socializing, it has an impact that cuts both ways. The lack of socialization can negatively impact employee mental health and team cohesion.
According to Clutch, a data-driven field guide for B2B buying and hiring decisions, 60% of employees have spent less time socializing with co-workers since they began working remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic
How to Stay Connected with Co-workers