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Updated on September 13, 2022
Published on October 04, 2021
A sense of belonging and community is critical to building effective teams and a thriving company culture. But as workers become increasingly dispersed between remote workspaces and offices, staying connected with employees and creating the strong connections that enable effective teams can present a real challenge.
Fortunately, there are a number of ways you can support your company culture from a distance using a solution every Zoom user already has: Zoom Team Chat.
As some workers return to the office, they’ll be able to enjoy the perks of in-person connection, such as chats at the watercooler and stopping by at a co-worker’s desk. Remote employees won’t be able to participate in these small but significant office activities, which can make them feel left out or disconnected from their team.
To ensure remote employees are included in your workplace culture, you need to create spaces where they can connect with their in-office counterparts. Zoom Team Chat allows for you to create these types of spaces where employees can connect and have both work-related and non-work-related discussions in an asynchronous environment. Here are a few examples:
For more on how Zoom Team Chat can help your organization maintain its company culture, watch our on-demand webinar, Get to Know Zoom Team Chat.
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