Companies and employees alike have learned the benefits of a remote workforce. Reduced costs, improved work-life balance, and increased productivity are just some of the ways remote-work flexibility can be mutually beneficial. The findings of a Barclays-YouGov survey showed that about 60% of employees expect to work partially or exclusively from home, compared with fewer than 40% before the pandemic: However, the change in environment means there are some new challenges, and managers must interact with their teams differently to maintain a healthy level of engagement. Key leadership skills gain new importance in the hybrid work environment. The following is
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