We want to hear how your company is fostering a unique WFH company culture during the coronavirus pandemic
- From Zoom happy hours to virtual talent shows, employers are finding ways to help teams bond during the coronavirus pandemic.
- Business Insider is looking to feature some of the most unique examples of remote-work culture in an upcoming story.
- You can submit your company to be included via this form.
Companies like Google and Twitter announced extended work-from-home during the coronavirus pandemic, with July 2021 becoming a target date for many companies. While some employees are celebrating the possibility of being remote forever, others may be concerned that they are losing the opportunity to develop relationships with colleagues, brainstorm as a group, or foster a sense of belonging within teams.
It's true: you may no longer be able to bump into a coworker in the kitchen for a casual midday catch up, but that doesn't mean
If this sounds like your office, we want to hear from you.
Business Insider is compiling unique examples of companies transforming their cultures to be remote-work friendly. We want to know about how you're creating a dynamic company culture where employees can get to know one another (and have fun) in the office.
Submit your stories via this form and you may be featured in an upcoming story on Business Insider. We're especially interested in examples with photos or videos.
Please email Caroline Hroncich, firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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