During the past 18 months of lockdowns, the workplace has changed. Now, many employees are working remotely, and teams are adjusting to a new work environment.

Dr. Tsedal Neeley, professor at Harvard Business School and author of Remote Work Revolution: Succeeding From Anywhere, says she knew 20 years ago that technology would transform how we work.

“Performance and productivity remains high, and there’s 30 years-worth of research that shows that, actually, when you have a distributed workforce or have a distributed team, you actually have higher performance because job satisfaction tends to be higher as well,” Dr. Neeley says.

Hear why Dr. Neeley says it’s important to maintain a team spirit when employees are no longer working together in person – and she shares tips on how to do that in the video above.
As over 30 million Americans quit their jobs this year, on Thursday’s episode of Dr. Phil, "'The Great Resignation': Do Quitters Ever Win?" Dr. Phil also speaks with a man who posted an online video of himself quitting his job over a store’s PA system and a money expert who says quitting a job may be the best thing you can do for your career. Check local listings to see where you can watch.

WATCH: Self-Proclaimed ‘Queen Of Quitting’ Explains Why She Believes Quitting A Job May Be Best For Your Career


How To Quit And Negotiate An Even Better Salary

This video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors.

If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page.
Playing How To Quit And Negotiate An Even Better Salary