With remote workers isolated at home, how can employers combat the erosion of workplace culture?
With almost 35,000 of his company’s 50,000 employees working from home as of August, Albert Galarza has come to know well the concept of remote work. “Ninety to ninety-three per cent of our front lines are working from home right now and have been since late March, early April,” says the global vice president of HR at TELUS International.
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