To add on to what @sleepy5136 said, we do this all the time because we have multiple locations. We've also had to teach/train offshore developers and that has no change for in-person interaction.
Teams or whatever video chat you use does wonders for conversations that need face time. There are quite a few people that I've built relationships via Teams and then when I finally meet them in person, it's like I already know them (because I do).
That's the key to remote... using the communication and collaboration tools to their fullest.
I just need a button to press to wake someone up from a nap.
I think you call it out correctly that it's important to use collaboration tools to the fullest. Some people just aren't good at it. I will often times get replies back..."I've been in meetings all day, sorry I'm just getting back to you now." Makes you wonder...