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5 Ways You Can Reduce January Isolation Anxiety In Your Remote Team By Sharon Pegg

The COVID-19 outbreak of 2020 and the resulting lockdown has made remote working a reality for many organisations even still. But for most businesses, it was born out of necessity, not something they had planned.  Remote working has huge benefits, including saving businesses money on physical office costs. It can also improve productivity and give […]

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The COVID-19 outbreak of 2020 and the resulting lockdown has made remote working a reality for many organisations even still. But for most businesses, it was born out of necessity, not something they had planned.  Remote working has huge benefits, including saving businesses money on physical office costs. It can also improve productivity and give employees a better work/life balance. However, it comes with its own issues.  One of the things that people struggle with most when working remotely is isolation. In Buffer’s ‘State of Remote Work,’ 2019 report, 19% of survey respondents said that loneliness and isolation was a big problem for them, second only to the inability to switch off from work. Add to this all the physical and emotional disruption of the coronavirus pandemic and it becomes an even bigger problem which can have serious ramifications for productivity and mental health.  When leading a remote team, you…

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