As companies and teams transition to working from home, it’s no surprise that the shift has resulted in a number of new challenges, from video-call etiquette to overall productivity. How do you maintain privacy when your team is (virtually) in your kitchen? How do you maintain camaraderie and decorum when coffee-break banter has been replaced by the #randomthoughts channel? Most importantly, how do you prevent harassment and maintain company values when so much of what makes those things possible are people, in a room, together?
During this time, when health is top of mind for individuals and teams like, Ethena sat down with Stellar Health CEO, Michael Meng, to discuss what Stellar Health is doing to encourage individual privacy, promote team-diversity, and establish safe and healthy work-from-home habits.
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