How to Manage Newly Remote Workers
Find out the best ways to engage in the "new normal"
Suddenly, much of the workforce is teleworking. Time Magazine calls it “the largest work-from-home-experiment.”
Given the urgency of the public health crisis, companies who didn’t have remote working in place had little time to institute policies for staff, ensure proper technology, or set up training.
“It’s a good opportunity for us to test working from home at scale,” said Alvin Foo, managing director of Reprise Digital, a Shanghai ad agency with 400 people that’s part of Interpublic Group, in an interview with Time. “Obviously, not easy for a creative ad agency that brainstorms a lot in person.”
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