Working from home may reduce the opportunities for employees to participate in issues affecting their work unit or the organisation, hurting the chances for them to have a say in their company. Photo: ShutterstockWorking from home may reduce the opportunities for employees to participate in issues affecting their work unit or the organisation, hurting the chances for them to have a say in their company. Photo: Shutterstock
Working from home may reduce the opportunities for employees to participate in issues affecting their work unit or the organisation, hurting the chances for them to have a say in their company. Photo: Shutterstock

Letters | As coronavirus makes staff work from home, beware the risks to social and company bonds

  • Social interaction at work is often impromptu, and working remotely reduces the opportunities for such interaction. Over time, this will weaken relationships

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Working from home may reduce the opportunities for employees to participate in issues affecting their work unit or the organisation, hurting the chances for them to have a say in their company. Photo: ShutterstockWorking from home may reduce the opportunities for employees to participate in issues affecting their work unit or the organisation, hurting the chances for them to have a say in their company. Photo: Shutterstock
Working from home may reduce the opportunities for employees to participate in issues affecting their work unit or the organisation, hurting the chances for them to have a say in their company. Photo: Shutterstock
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