Articles | August 3, 2021

Remote Work Policy for the Long Haul

In 2020, remote working leapt from the fringes of acceptability to land squarely in the mainstream. While restrictions imposed by the pandemic are receding, the remote work genie will be impossible to put back in the bottle. Much of the workforce now expects their employers to give them the option to work from home at least some of the time, and organizations will need to adapt to this new mindset to retain and recruit top-tier talent.

This downloadable guide walks you through the questions your HR department needs to answer when putting together a plan for a sustainable, remote-first workforce. Covering topics ranging from paid time off to career development and everything in between, this guide ensures your organization leaves no stone unturned when crafting the policies that will lead to future success.

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