Coronavirus: So Your Company has Decided to Work Remotely, Now What?

What does remote work really mean? While it’s easy to tell your employees to work remotely or work from home, if they are not equipped and accustomed to doing so, you could be heading for uncomfortable interactions and inconsistent communications.

Also read Paul's LinkedIn article, How has the Coronavirus changed your longer virtual meeting behavior? Here are 5 tips! 

 

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