WORKING REMOTELY 1: PROS, CONS, RISKS
Learn what companies are perfect for telecommuting
Learn surprising statistics about telecommuting
Learn how to achieve work/title balance
Working remotely is the future of business. In fact, it is perhaps one of the biggest transformations in the workplace. Telecommuting, working from home, working remotely, or e-commuting, is working from your home or from a remote location outside the office. Of the organizations that made the Fortune Magazine's 2019 Annual Best Companies To Work For list, 85% of their employees to work remotely.
WORKING REMOTELY 2: ORGANIZE YOUR OFFICE
Learn the preparation needed to organize your workspace
Learn the steps to setting up your home office
Learn valuable tips from a training film
First and foremost, organize your workspace as well as your thoughts. Put everything in its place and think positive. In every moment, you can savor time or squander time. Did you know the average executive wastes six weeks a year searching for paper? Let's remedy that problem. It is always better to purge before you merge. Take a look at your work area and put things in three piles: Garbage, Office, Unsure.
WORKING REMOTELY 3: POLICIES AND AGREEMENTS
Learn how to address concerns with telecommuting
Learn the elements that build trust
Observe the contents of a work-at-home agreement
Teleworking is the wave of the future. With e-commuting, companies have even more opportunities to thrive and prosper. But as trust and continuity is essential in the workplace, there is a greater potential for miscommunication, unclear expectations, and missed deadlines if policies are not in place and the telecommuter is not prepared for the task-at-hand.
WORKING REMOTELY 4: PROFESSIONAL TIPS
Learn the benefits of working remotely
Learn valuable tips when working remotely
Learn the importance of sharing professional tips
Working at home became a viable option due to the pandemic and has since gained positive reviews. Working remotely has so many benefits among which is not having to commute to and from work or spending lots of money on wardrobe and eating out. Even more important is that the manager of your
office is you. You have the freedom to attend to family needs and important errands.
WORKING REMOTELY 5: OFFICE ON THE MOVE
Learn about car accessories available
Learn how to organize your car office
Observe a safety review
There are many good reasons for mobilizing workforces. A mobile office increases availability, decreases overhead, allows employees to work anytime from any location, improves customer relations and morale,
and is not costly to implement. But where to start? How to begin? Let's see what's needed to set-up your
WORKING REMOTELY 6: PANDEMIC SAFETY
Learn how to reduce the spread of COVID-19
Learn the basics of safety when working remotely
Learn effective cleaning and disinfecting tips
We all have a responsibility to reduce the spread of infection. It begins with wearing a mask, washing your hands frequently and/or applying hand-sanitizer which prevents the spread of the virus from contaminated surfaces. It should be assumed everyone is infected with the virus. We should take every measure to ensure excellent personal hygiene and expand our housekeeping policies.