Remote Work

Remote work can now last two years, worrying some bosses

With the latest wave of back-to-office delays from Covid-19, some companies are considering a new possibility: offices could be closed for nearly two years. This makes executives fear that the longer people stay at home, the more difficult or disruptive it might be to get them back eventually. Many employees …

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Missouri sets remote work rules for state employees

After months of development, state agencies may soon have standardized guidelines for remote working. Chris Moreland, public information officer for the Office of Administration, said state agencies were working with OA to identify alternative labor standards for all departments. Departments are discussing standards for providing training, regular in-person meetings, mentors, …

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5 tools to help your remote work business click away

Before the pandemic, working from home was often seen as a benefit rather than a requirement. But once COVID-19 hit, many companies switched to a remote work environment first – a change that is now permanent in some cases. Recent Gallup research data shows that on average, 52% of all …

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Remote work allows professionals to work from anywhere

(iStock) Workplaces have had to adapt to the new reality. In March 2020, when our country went into lockdown, we started learning that we could do all kinds of jobs without going to the office. Not all jobs traditionally required face-to-face meetings did not really need this functionality. Now, in …

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Remote working happened overnight, out of necessity rather than design: Sumed Marwaha, MD, Unisys India

SUMED MARWAHA, Vice President and Director of Regional Services, Unisys India In India, companies across industries such as BFSI, manufacturing, e-commerce, healthcare, and government are turning to the cloud ecosystem. This move to the cloud is associated with cybersecurity risks, as traditional perimeter security can no longer protect the corporate …

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Colorado’s new wage law is a danger to remote workers

Employers don’t read the fine print and exclude Coloradans. The state’s law on equal pay for equal work, which came into effect in January this year, has had unintended consequences. The law, which was supposed to increase transparency and equality in hiring practices, contains a provision that employers are trying …

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