Best Practices for Managing a Remote Workforce
With all the changes in our work environments over these past two years, retaining and keeping employees satisfied are becoming more critical to the success of business. With many employees continuing to work remotely, employers are tasked with meeting the new needs and expectations. In our workshop we will discuss:
- Effectively keeping your remote workforce engaged and high performing despite the separation.
- Staying in compliance with various Federal and State Laws especially pertaining to wage and hour requirements from a remote perspective.
- Unique perks and support to provide to remote employees.
- Ensuring clear lines of communication are present and various ways of building team from afar.
Instructor Melissa Sanchez is a Productivity Coach and HR Strategist committed to supporting locally owned, community based small businesses with creating action plans, focused especially on Human Capital. She has spent the past 16 years consulting with executives and mid-level managers, and is currently most passionate about working with independent business owners who are pursuing their life-long dreams, in food, fitness, and education.
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