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Connecting over the good things happening at home

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Connecting over the good things happening at home

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They say you can be in a room full of people and still feel alone. But you can also be in a room all alone and feel connected to others. Life during the pandemic has physically separated us from the people we usually see every day, but that doesn’t mean our connection is broken.

While we’ve been working remotely, the good things happening inside our homes is something we’ve been able to celebrate together. Through sharing our daily activities on social media or video calls, we’re staying connected. Because connection isn’t just about being in the same room, it’s about sharing.

So, we decided to share the amazing things happening in our homes by creating a video that highlights everything from the delicious carbs baked to the dance moves mastered. Like a yearbook, this video is something we can all look at and connect over, even long after the pandemic.

To create our Good Things Happen at Home video, we collected home videos from FHR employees across Canada. Collaborating on this video became another opportunity to share and connect. We discovered new things about each other and that when it comes to shooting video on a phone, there’s no one answer to whether it should be horizontal or vertical. But we’ll save that debate for another blog post.

We hope you enjoy our video and that it inspires you to explore different ways to get creative and connect with people in your organization. In these uncertain times, we can count on finding good things to bring us closer together.

If your organization needs support or advice in these uncertain times, here’s where you can find the latest news, insights and resources related to COVID-19.

They say you can be in a room full of people and still feel alone. But you can also be in a room all alone and feel connected to others. Life during the pandemic has physically separated us from the people we usually see every day, but that doesn’t mean our connection is broken.

While we’ve been working remotely, the good things happening inside our homes is something we’ve been able to celebrate together. Through sharing our daily activities on social media or video calls, we’re staying connected. Because connection isn’t just about being in the same room, it’s about sharing.

So, we decided to share the amazing things happening in our homes by creating a video that highlights everything from the delicious carbs baked to the dance moves mastered. Like a yearbook, this video is something we can all look at and connect over, even long after the pandemic.

To create our Good Things Happen at Home video, we collected home videos from FHR employees across Canada. Collaborating on this video became another opportunity to share and connect. We discovered new things about each other and that when it comes to shooting video on a phone, there’s no one answer to whether it should be horizontal or vertical. But we’ll save that debate for another blog post.

We hope you enjoy our video and that it inspires you to explore different ways to get creative and connect with people in your organization. In these uncertain times, we can count on finding good things to bring us closer together.

If your organization needs support or advice in these uncertain times, here’s where you can find the latest news, insights and resources related to COVID-19.

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