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Journal: International Journal of Management (IJM) (Vol.10, No. 5)

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Page : 475-481

Keywords : Derivers; Transformation; workplace; remotely.;

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Some of the latest methods of getting the job done include remote work, telecommuting, and flexible working schedules. Among the "largest drivers of change in the workplace," the World Economic Forum predicts that this tendency will continue to rise. According to Gallup's study on the state of the American workplace, 43% of workers did part of their jobs from home in 2017, up from 39% in 2012. The isolation and separation from the rest of the company's culture is cited by many telecommuters as a major drawback. Fewer chances to interact with coworkers mean fewer possibilities for building the "camaraderie" that many people cherish so highly in the workplace. The company's vision, beliefs, and goals are not clearly communicated. As a consequence, there have been several accounts of people working from home feeling lonely and unhappy in their jobs. Lower levels of dependability and retention are also associated with a lack of 'connection' with a company. Your remote staff is more likely to go elsewhere for employment if they don't develop strong feelings of loyalty to the company they already work for. The firm would be remiss if it didn't recognize the value of making deliberate efforts to instill a feeling of belonging among its remote workforce. Face-to-face interaction via video conferencing or online meetings might be used to bring everyone together once or twice a year and foster stronger ties. Teleworkers benefit from improved interpersonal interactions and communication via the use of nonverbal signals when they are able to see their coworkers in person

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