Updated: Sep 14
Skipping the in-person Thanksgiving Day celebration with the team? No problem! Here are the best virtual events for you and the remote team!
Every year, on the fourth Thursday of November, the Thanksgiving holiday in the USA annually occurs. Thanksgiving Day is meant to celebrate the harvest of the year’s autumn season, and the blessings received from the past year. When the pandemic crisis first surged, many working individuals and business people were not prepared to absorb the abrupt changes within the organizations.
Research by Leslie Perlow of Harvard Business School revealed that interactions between colleagues during the pandemic were lost. Because of it, we are not allowed to engage in in-person just yet socially. But looking at the bright side, the importance of engaging an organization was remarkably harnessed during these trying times. And as we know it all, technology has made everything possible in building a bridge for teams to be involved in different virtual meetings.