Culture & Performance | How corporate giants like Twitter are approaching remote work

How corporate giants like Twitter are approaching remote work

With Covid scattering workforces throughout the country, is it possible to create an engaged remote workforce? By doing so can you create an important lifeline to those employees who are living on their own during a pandemic. Includes:

• Ways to replicate the office but in a remote set up
• The ways to empower and engage with your employees
• Find out what a ‘weekend wind-down’ is

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