For many people, working from home has been a perk of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The flexibility and autonomy workers desired for years became a forced reality overnight.
But a new study from VitalSmarts, a leader in corporate learning and development, found that while work-from-home may have boosted employee satisfaction, it also negatively and significantly impacted a key performance indicator—communication.
Now is the time to move to action and prevent distance from destroying
your team’s dialogue. While the fundamentals of communication may
be the same whether you’re speaking face-to-face or virtually, different
considerations should be taken for remote conversations.