Key takeaways from Professor Batia Wiesenfeld’s co-authored research on organizational identification among virtual workers are referenced
— July 15, 2020
Excerpt from HBR -- "A study of virtual workers conducted by Caroline Bartel of the University of Texas at Austin, Yale’s Amy Wrzesniewski, and New York University’s Batia Wiesenfeld that was published in 2011 found that when only some employees are virtual, those who are — regardless of their tenure — tend to feel left out and less respected, and identify with the organization less, than those who perform their jobs in the office. But this time around, virtual workers are no longer the odd ones out. Members of teams and organizations have had to come together to form new norms, create a common language, and build a new culture."