The Facebook approach | Will remote work make organisational culture homogenous?

Will remote work make organisational culture homogenous?

The world has been unified, as every country in the world is now combatting Covid. However, has this worldwide move to remote work in response to the virus created a global workforce culture? Includes:

  • The importance technology has played in creating company’s culture
  • Where remote workers were placed culturally before and after the pandemic
  • How business cultures will become increasingly important in attracting and retaining talent

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