According to a recent article in Employee Benefit News, the long-lasting pandemic has many employers looking for ways to help employees stay in touch with their organizations and with one another. A survey by employee engagement platform Glint showed that more than 40 percent of employees say that being disconnected due to remote working is the biggest risk to getting burned out.
In response, LinkedIn has made updates to its popular B2B platform to make it easier for workers to share company content and stories about work-related events. LinkedIn is also addressing mental stress by offering new free courses on meditation. Employers large and small are taking steps to build a stronger culture. If remote working is taking a toll on your organization, you may want to take a fresh look at LinkedIn.