Remote culture | 5 alternatives to virtual Friday work drinks

5 alternatives to virtual Friday work drinks

Organisations may have tried to replicate the traditions of the pub after work on a Friday by hosting a virtual drinks session where employees can reflect on the working week and catch-up with one another.

But, given that a large portion of employees are still working at home due to COVID-19, it is possible that some may be feeling a little drained by the repetition of virtual drinks on a Friday.

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