In the aftermath of the pandemic, one thing has become clear: remote work is here to stay. There are a myriad of benefits to having a remote team: you can hire the best talent without the limitations of geographic location, your team can achieve better work-life balance, and you can save on overhead costs like office space. However, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows; remote work can have its drawbacks, too. Without the camaraderie of in-person interactions, it can be easy for team members to lose drive and determination, so if you’re struggling with keeping remote workers motivated (or you’re simply intimidated by the idea), here are seven tips to help you get started.