The coronavirus pandemic has forced many businesses to think outside the box when it comes to maintaining working relationships, communication and engagement among team members. With physical interactions currently not possible due to Government restrictions, this has never been more critical as employees continue to work remotely or in unprecedented circumstances. But companies are not resting on their laurels and are coming up with inventive ideas to keep their workforce engaged. Once such organisation is Metro Bank. This week an employee within the business shared on LinkedIn that they took part in an initiative rolled out at the bank, called ‘Tea on Teams’. Speaking to Metro Bank, the company told HR Grapevine that each month, Daniel Frumkin, the firm’s CEO...
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