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5 Virtual Valentine’s Day Ideas for Teams and Small Groups

With the COVID-19 pandemic interrupting many of our plans over the past few years, celebrating holidays and special occasions from a distance has become increasingly common. We’ve put together this list of virtual Valentine’s Day ideas ideal for teams and small groups that will help you foster camaraderie and better working relationships among your team.

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The Best Virtual Olympics Ideas for the Office

Office Olympics are a lot like the real Olympics; however, we like to think it can be a lot more competitive! With the right virtual experiences and games, you can test your virtual team’s collaborative spirit, get them in a competitive mindset, and put their skills to the test. Best of all, office Olympics encourages your team members to socialize and bond as a team.

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10 Best Virtual Halloween Party Activities for the Workplace

It’s never too early (or late!) to start planning the spookiest time of year!

Halloween is the time for tasty treats, costume contests, and pumpkin carving. Best of all, this holiday isn’t just for kids and scary movie marathons—it can be for corporate virtual Halloween parties, too. Throwing a virtual Halloween party for your remote team is the best way to have everyone show off their costumes and get in the spooky spirit.

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Why You Need to Pay Attention to the Mental Impact of COVID-19

In most offices, there are typically three types of people: the ones who feel a moral obligation to remain upbeat regardless of their internal sphere, the ones who tell you exactly how they feel, and the ones who don’t give any indication of their personal or emotional landscape. Right now, all three have one thing in common: They’re exhausted, nervous, and altogether done with a protracted adjustment period that’s been positioned as everything from the "new normal" to the end of the world as we know it. Tension is high, along with fatigue, and very few would call themselves content (and they might even be lying).

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