Managing remote employees can be a challenge for any business.
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As technology improves, telecommuting and remote work arrangements have become increasingly popular options and perks in the workplace. In fact, more than one-third of employees in the U.S. say they would leave their current job if a new job allowed them to work remotely. This means that almost every employer now has to grapple with the topic of remote work, as well as managing remote employees.
In this presentation, Anu Mannathikuzhiyil, one of G&A Partners’ expert Client Advocates, explores the many facets of remote work, including:
Relevant statistics/figures of the popularity/prevalence of remote work;
Pros and cons of allowing your employees to work remotely;
The various regulations associated with remote work from an HR compliance perspective; and
Strategies for effectively managing remote employees.
This webinar was presented by Anu Mannathikuzhiyil of G&A Partners at 11 a.m. CT on May 31, 2018. If you missed the live presentation, you can still earn credit from the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI) by watching the on-demand recording below in its entirety. When you do, you wil be instructed on how to claim your recertification credit. Please be aware that per HRCI guidelines, only webinars recorded during the current calendar year are eligible for recertification credit for on-demand viewers.
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