These have been strange times for everyone—and especially for regional leaders of geography-based offices. The hallway banter and kitchen catchups (or Ketch-ups as we call them) at our NYC headquarters mirror the bustling Manhattan vibe of Sixth Avenue and 52nd Street a few floors below us.
Or they used to.
It’s a challenge to keep our colleagues feeling connected and part of a community during COVID. After eight months of remote working, the former versions of these traditions seem like distant memories.
We have found creative ways to continue time-honored New York office customs remotely, including our long-held ritual
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