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A PwC survey shows that 44% of employees who worked remotely in the past two years say it has become harder to connect with coworkers, while 42% say their company culture has improved in the same time period. What does this mean, and how are our culture, connection, and engagement in the workplace connected?

Bonusly’s VP of People Operations, Vicki Yang, and Gable’s CEO, Liza Mash Levin discuss how People Ops managers can keep employees flexible, happy, and engaged in the distributed workplace. Our experts share insights and data that show employees love remote work, but still crave human connection and tips on how your company can achieve both.

Key Learnings:

  • Employees love remote and flexible work, but they still crave in-person connections
  • Companies face challenges in balancing the two, especially with distributed teams
  • People teams benefit from running a data-driven workplace and having insights into what works for their teams and how budgets are spent
  • Offices and workspaces are now hosting meaningful encounters and relationship-building, not just desks and laptops


Improving recognition at

  • hulu
  • invision
  • surveymonkey
  • chobani
  • headspace
  • ziprecruiter
  • “Bonusly has transformed the way we activate peer-to-peer recognition at Chobani. The program has brought our amazingly diverse company together behind a common goal of real-time acknowledgement and fostered a genuine spirit of recognition in all that we do.”

    Grace Zuncic, Senior Vice President of People, Chobani
  • “Bonusly has really helped us build a culture of recognition. We looked at some other solutions but knew that in order for this to be successful, it had to be easy use. Bonusly's Slack integration was the right fit for our team: it meets our employees where they already are, and they don't have to use a separate system to give recognition.”

    Alicia del Carmen Raymond, Sr. People Partner, MongoDB