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Now that the financial services industry has adapted to the initial shock of the shift to remote work with entire teams being separated virtually overnight, company leaders are increasingly asking themselves how to address culture challenges moving forward: Will remote work, in some form, be the “new normal”? If so, how can we help employees remain productive while supporting a healthy work-life balance? How can we maintain our company culture while physically separated?

We know that the virtual workplace, in some form, is likely here to stay. Redtail’s Working Remotely 2020 advisor survey revealed that 74.3% of respondents did not experience an interruption of their revenue stream due to working from home (nearly 5% actually increased their revenue), and 64.7% of respondents stated they would be working from home at least once a week in the future. Additionally, 86% of respondents said they were somewhat to very prepared for a seamless transition because of technology already in place. 

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