2020 proved to be a year no one really saw coming. Although there were certainly some predictions around increases in remote work, no one could have foreseen the huge jump it took in the past year. Work, for many of us, has changed forever. As we begin the new year, let's explore some predictions for the future of work in 2021.
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Parties, Customer Events, Happy Hours, and Team Gatherings Made Simple, Fast, and Fun
As the world changes, there are more and more obstacles to overcome in order to be together in person. Yet people still crave human connection and building stronger relationships with others. That's why we built Preciate Social. It's the virtual socializing platform that replicates the atmosphere of real-life business socials and mixers.
To learn more about why virtual socials can be even better than real life, read our 100 reasons why below. There are benefits for everyone from hosts to attendees to performers.
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Let's be honest; this year has been tough. Social isolation, fear of the unknown, and a long list of canceled plans have been shared experiences by nearly everyone. As the holidays get closer, many people are wondering how to connect with people during this time of year. That's why this holiday season, Preciate decided to give away free virtual holiday party subscriptions powered by Preciate Social to a variety of organizations who could use some extra holiday cheer. These include organizations like nonprofits, educational institutions, and healthcare providers. All you have to do is let us know you're interested, and we will be in touch shortly.
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Let's face it: virtual happy hours can be super awkward. When Preciate first went completely remote at the start of the pandemic, we had a couple virtual get togethers that were lackluster at best. And it wasn't because we don't get along or have a good company culture. It was simply because those online meeting tools weren't designed to help people connect and build relationships while socializing virtually.
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Remote work has become noticeably more popular the past few years, and now, it's more prevalent than ever. The global pandemic has caused companies as prominent as Facebook, Twitter, and Slack to make what may have once been a radical announcement: all employees can work from home forever.