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“It is not so much about the number of people I speak to or connect with; it is the general sense of not being connected…I have the flexible-work option, where I need to go to our physical office just three days a month and sometimes even fewer; the rest of the time, I am working from home…but even in the virtual team meetings and all other team assignments and huddles, I still feel lonely. Workwise, I know I have dependable team members, but I do not have any connection beyond that. We are in the same city and have never hung out for coffee, not even in the office criteria. It is lonely and sad to feel a loss of connection with those you spend almost nine hours of your day with…”This morose sentiment is echoed by several employees across numerous functions and companies who have joined their jobs during or after the pandemic. Work from home has got a major facelift during the pandemic. It is now appreciated by employers and employees alike. In our society, where the judging comments of the hypothetical ‘four people’ or ‘chaar log kya kahenge’ are still somewhat relevant, flexible work arrangements or hybrid working has been quite impressive in turning people’s opinions around its merits.
There is much discussion on managing the hybrid…
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