Rise of work-from-home

Over the last decade, remote work has grown steadily in popularity. Working remotely doesn’t just offer more flexibility for employees; it also offers more flexibility for organizations who are unbound by borders to hire top talent. It also allows them to save on overhead costs like office space.

Unsurprisingly, the COVID-19 🦠 has accelerated this trend. Organizations have been forced to reassess their structure with some even reducing or eliminating their physical presence. While it’s unclear what work will look like in the coming years as a result, one thing is for certain – remote 🏖️  work 💻 in one form or another is here to stay.

What doesn’t work about remote work

Company culture is crucial. It’s not just about having a ping pong table or ordering pizzas 🍕once a week. It’s about investing in your teammates and making them feel like they’re part of a community 💃🏾.

Unfortunately, instilling that sense of community is a little more difficult with remote teammates. Managers have to go above and beyond to galvanize and engage their teams. Otherwise, they run the risk of reduced productivity, lower morale, and higher turnover.

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A live host for Remote team building

The best way to build a stronger team is to bring them together. This can be tough to pull off remotely. Managers either don’t have the time to plan team events online or can’t think of content ideas to run a workshop remotely.

 

That’s where Jamii comes in. Our platform allows managers to effortlessly find and host world-class online experiences for their teams. Search through hundreds of verified hosts who can do anything from leading a guided meditation 🧘🏽 to teaching financial literacy 💰.