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Living, learning and working in the virtual world

by The 100 Companies

It’s no secret that the definition of workplaces and offices are becoming malleable. We’re learning firsthand that work can get done from anywhere, without sacrificing productivity, work quality or community. 

Use work management and communication software, like Slack or Monday.com, to streamline work priorities and tasks. Build an online support system for your employees, so they know you’re there to help. Company culture? That can still thrive too, thanks to virtual events and activities.

Flexibility and adaptability need to be at the center of associations’ agendas. Technology has revolutionized the workplace, and you can use it to your advantage. 

– Keaveny Hewitt, OnWrd & UpWrd

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