As concerns over the coronavirus continue to mount, many companies now require employees to work from home. To maximize productivity during this challenging time, employers must ensure that workers have what they need to function in a remote environment.
Here is a look at things that will help your staff carry on business as usual during a period that’s anything but ordinary:
The new webinar Going Remote will help you and your management team become masters at using remote employees effectively in your business, whether inspired by a national emergency or a competitive employment market.
1. A heads-up. If possible, give employees advanced warning before limiting on-site attendance or closing the office temporarily. This action allows people to think about what items they’ll need to bring home instead of grabbing (or overlooking) in haste.
2. Equipment. Many staff members already possess fundamental technology—a computer, a phone, and internet access—at home…
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