The Holidays are coming and-with the rise of remote teams scattered across states and countries-it's not only culture that's being transformed: the infamous office Christmas party is undergoing a facelift, too.
Remote working may no longer be an optional perk for companies that want to keep talented staff.
Today, attentions have turned to figuring out how to improve the experience for 100% remote workers, who may never witness the cultural delights of head office.
Would you offer an internship to a worker you'll never see? Virtual interns, who await their assignments at home, are becoming a fixture in today's increasingly flexible workplace.
As remote working takes off, it isn't hard to imagine how replicating a working environment could be a huge gain for an increasingly-distributed business world, says Nigel Davies, founder of digital workplace Claromentis.
Cloud is shaking up traditional employee development, but what impact has this had on the workforce and, ultimately, business performance?
When the CEO of Hyr heard one of his workers had slept badly before a big meeting because of her bedding, he ordered a set of feather-filled pillows and had them sent to her home.
It's quite likely you're not in control of your culture now.
Worried about your employees wandering to greener pastures? Keep them interested by making sure that learning, development and creativity are part of your retention strategy and your culture.