Make Your Remote Team Members First-Class Citizens

If a benefit, perk or experience is created for your in-office team members, find a way to create parity for those who aren’t in person. That means mailing items given to your in-office team to remote workers — or if you cover lunch for your in-office team, send your remote team a gift card or stipend for food delivery. […] If your leadership team has a tendency to work in company offices, make it a point to have them attend some meetings virtually anyway, especially for big company events like All Hands meetings. “We’ve taken meetings in different conference rooms or worked from home for part of the day to make this happen,” says Bob Moore. “This helps them build empathy for the remote experience and develop the sense of inclusion for remote team members.”

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