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#1 03-05-2021 06:47:47

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Commentary: Relationships in the office have become superficial

Commentary: Relationships in the office have become superficial

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Every other week or so, a number emerges somewhere in the world that I find both understandable and troubling.

It is the percentage of slotxo wallet people who consistently say they don’t want to go back to working full-time in
the office.

Nearly 60 per cent of British workers said this was how they felt back in September last year and also in March this year,
even though more than a third of the UK population had had at least one COVID-19 vaccine jab by then.

In the US, the share of workers who would prefer to keep working remotely as much as possible went from 35 per cent
in September to 44 per cent in January.

More recent European research found 97 per cent of people who have been at home would prefer to stay there for at
least part of the week once their offices reopen.

Since I am one of the millions thrilled to be liberated from a rushed commute and the tedium of presenteeism,
these findings seem utterly rational.

But they are also worrying because there is a gloomier reason that even well-paid, valued people in lofty jobs may be
in no rush to go back to the office: Long before the outbreak, they were lonely.


SHALLOW RELATIONSHIPS
Their relationships with people in the office felt shallow. Worse, their sense of isolation may have had less to do with
their personal lives than the way their work in teams was organised.

That is one finding from studies by Mark Mortensen, an associate professor of organisational behaviour at the Insead
business school in France, and Constance Hadley, an organisational psychologist at Boston University’s Questrom
School of Business.

Mortensen says they were taken aback after surveying hundreds of global executives just before the outbreak
emptied offices around the world. Although the executives belonged to three teams on average, nearly 80 per cent
said they struggled to connect with other team members and 58 per cent felt their social relationships at work were
superficial.

The researchers say one reason is that teams have changed drastically since they began to replace traditional
hierarchical work structures more than 30 years ago.


GOOD FOR BUSINESSES, NOT SO GOOD FOR HUMANS
All this is good for an organisation’s flexibility and efficiency, but not so good for humans, who can struggle to name
each member of their group.

“I do not know who is on my team,” one executive told the researchers. “Every Monday, somebody comes and tells
me that he was assigned to something and the other guy who worked on that before just left.”

“I am interchangeable,” said another. “They have made it so anyone can do my job on the team. Maybe they would
miss me, but I am not so sure.”

The pandemic has obviously fuelled a lack of camaraderie, but this research suggests putting everyone back in
the office again won’t entirely fix the problem.


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#2 05-05-2021 11:43:48

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