Keeping in contact with remote-working employees boosts morale

PANDEMIC PANIC: The lack of regular human interaction, coupled with other COVID-19 fears, has taken a mental health toll on many employees, says Jeff Soileau, senior partner at InHealth Strategies, a population health and well-being consulting company. (Don Kadair)

Keeping in contact with remote-working employees—and showing you care about how they are doing—is proving vital to the health of your workforce … and business.

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