During the pandemic, there has been a huge focus on the “mechanical aspects” of staying connected such as technology.
With that being the case, Thomas-Berry said that it can sometimes be easy to forget about the little gestures “that can spark the emotional aspect of connections”.
And it seems from the reaction on social media, this initiative has gone down well with employees.
“Our goal was simple – drop a little something into their daily lives to say thanks and bring a simple to their faces,” Thomas-Berry added.
Whatever the initiative may be, small gestures like this will likely go a long way in promoting company cultures when not all colleagues are able to be together in a central workspace.
Reminding staff that, even though they aren’t in a physical workspace with colleagues, they are still an important part of an organisation is key.
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