These are good, and really they are three aspects of the same issue, communication. As a remote worker myself for the last few years, it is incredibly easy to feel cut off from the rest of the organization unless everyone involved makes a concerted effort to communicate.
This goes double, triple, or more, if the company is going through a lot of changes. As a remote worker, you don’t have a grapevine or water cooler where you find out what’s going on, or how other people are feeling about things. The only thing you have are the communications from your own team. If those are lacking, it’s easy to feel forgotten and unappreciated.
How do you stay in touch with remote teams and keep them engaged?