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4 best practices for newly remote teams

Sarah Pope

If you’re scrambling to figure out how to help your employees work productively from home, you’re not alone. Creating a fully functional remote workforce takes more than just laptops and internet connections – and even after people are plugged in, current circumstances make for a disruptive work environment at best. Leaders are being forced to adapt quickly to this new remote reality, which makes an already stressful time even more so.

But if there’s a silver lining to all this, it may be the hastening of a general trend toward remote work that was gaining momentum even before the pandemic. Handled wisely, this forced transition could offer an opportunity to reinforce your organization’s workplace culture and elevate your teams’ productivity.

Here are four key considerations to help your newly remote team succeed in their new reality – and come out stronger.

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