4 Strategies for Building a Vibrant Culture of Learning with a Remote Team - A Guide to Overcoming Common Challenges
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Adopting remote-work opportunities is paying off for companies around the world, delivering positive changes to critical business metrics, such as reduced expenses,1 increased productivity and engagement,2 and decreased turnover and attrition.3

It’s also becoming increasingly popular among employees — 43% of people already work remotely to varying degrees,4 and 99% would like to have remote work be an option at least some of the time for the rest of their careers.5

But for all the benefits remote work can bring, it isn’t without hurdles. These challenges — barriers to effective communication, ongoing learning, and a thriving company culture — can run rampant if not proactively addressed.

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