A recent survey has found that remote worker connections with employers are at an all-time low. The survey, conducted by a global HR consulting firm, revealed that only 30% of remote workers feel connected to their employers, compared to 55% in 2019. The lack of connection is attributed to several factors, including limited communication and support from managers, lack of team collaboration, and feelings of isolation. HR leaders should take note of these findings as they highlight the importance of prioritizing employee engagement and connection in remote work settings. Key takeaways for HR leaders include the need to invest in technology and tools that facilitate communication and collaboration, providing training and support for managers to effectively lead remote teams, and implementing strategies to combat feelings of isolation among remote workers. By addressing these issues, HR leaders can help improve employee engagement and connection in remote work environments, ultimately leading to increased productivity and job satisfaction.