Brainstorming sessions can be extremely valuable. They are a great way to engage employees, get ideas you might not have otherwise considered, and help keep your team connected — especially when everyone is working remotely.
A common buzzword in the corporate world is 'employee burnout'. This phrase is often downplayed, but according to the The World Health Organizations, burnout is a serious condition that has major effects on the workplace.
Companies with a high level of employee engagement see a 22% increase in productivity. But how do you engage employees and increase productivity without physically being together in an office?