With the number of organizations opting to support ongoing remote work, it’s clear that many of these organizations have found it to be effective. While it’s hard to say how effective exactly, this isn’t also to say that there will be a lack of struggle associated with a remote work force. Similarly to being in-office, handling remote relationships is just as critical to the flow of operations. However, adapting accordingly can be a challenge, as many managers have found that they’ve had to direct their remote employees in a way different to when they’re in-office or face to face. Additionally, further liability must be considered by a business as there are a number of situations that can arise as a result of remote work. While there are often policies in place prior to sending their employees home, businesses still need to suitably prepare for what’s to come when thinking about remote work. For additional information related to this topic, be sure to check out the paired resource.

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