Whiteboard strategy sketch While our voices matter and should drive engagement and understanding, we also need to encourage managers to rethink communicating. (Image: Chris Nicholls)

A meaningful and inclusive company culture doesn’t just live within a physical space. If we know anything for sure about the future of work, it won’t always happen in an office. Employers and workers agree that remote work will continue and become much more than a perk but a necessity to attract and retain talent. In embracing remote work, organizations also have to be open to retooling and strengthening their culture.

Elizabeth Mye_Headshot Elizabeth Mye is global senior vice president of Human Resources at Intermedia.

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