Several months into the pandemic, many companies are still leaning hard into the work-from-home lifestyle, and employees have been tasked with finding new ways to stay connected. For managers, the transition to working remotely has been especially educational, causing a total shift in how they oversee their teams on both a professional and personal level.
When supply chain management company FourKites went remote earlier this year, the team knew its managers would need to make some readjustments. So, they began rolling out new initiatives and protocols to ensure managers would not lose touch with their team members. For the FourKites team, supporting their managers meant giving them the resources they needed to help team members develop their careers and take charge of their personal health.
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