Learn our latest research, thinking, and recommendations on how to create a connectable workforce no matter the distance or structure.
These articles are our most relevant insights on the evolution of flexible work. A remote or hybrid team can be a contributor to worker loneliness so it’s important to consider the various evolving aspects of flexible work in order to protect your workforce from isolation.
The Covid-19 global pandemic forced organizations around the world to embrace new ways of working. The transition to remote or hybrid work models for many companies and leaders is still very early and unproven. Since the new way of working is so fluid, these resources were created as a flexible resource that could be just as fluid and flexible as the future of work. Our goal is to provide resources to you as you champion more connection in a lonely world.
The world became a lonelier place on September 2, 1969. On this date at a Chemical Bank branch in Rockville Centre, Long Island, New York the first ATM was unveiled.Learn more
You'd think a digital native generation would want to work digitally, right? Think again. I've studied generational dynamics at work for a decade with an emphasis on the emerging generations.Learn more
When faced with a nutrient deficiency, people seek to replenish. When we are physically malnourished, we find sustenance. Same holds true mentally.Learn more
Ubiquitous connectivity, mobile technology, shifting generational expectations, and life events (such as the COVID-19 outbreak) have all swiftly contributed to the growing number of people working from home.Learn more
Remote work has worked. Halo Top, the reduced-calorie ice cream brand, grew from $230,000 in 2013 to more than $100 million in 2018 and they achieved that growth with all 75 employees working remotely.Learn more