Technology has been the saviour of corporate culture and communication throughout the move to a majority remote workforce. Digital communication platforms have provided a space for not only work-related chat, which would usually happen either across a desk or around a Board room, but also for workplace comradery to continue – albeit in an altered form.
Mastering these new technologies is a challenge of its own – many workers have noted how complicated finding valuable information can be when a corporate Slack or Teams is bursting with different channels, all of which are filled with various chatter, however, there is still one key element that many leaders haven’t mastered – digital etiquette.
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