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The coronavirus pandemic that has relegated millions of employees to work from home has given rise of so-called virtual happy hours. So reports Human Resources Director.

quarantine 5049107 640 smallFrom morning yoga to coffee breaks to after hours trivia games, the idea is to encourage greater social cohesion despite the physical distance.

“In the same way traditional team-building activities count on face-to-face interaction to keep spirits high, virtual happy hours rely on team leaders being ‘present’ and supporting their people throughout the highs and lows of remote work,” Human Resources Director notes.

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