Times have changed and traditional brick and mortar businesses have been forced to adapt, bringing about major changes to how, when and where we work. With the days of “water cooler” chats and group lunches coming to a halt, workplace culture, motivation and productivity are under enormous stress to stay afloat. To combat the difficulties of being apart, digital burnout, and sometimes less than optimal work environments, you need a plan.

Click here to read about 10 emotionally intelligent ways you can improve the remote work environment for your people by keeping them engaged and motivated.