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Create a Remote Work or “Work-From-Home” Policy
Several recent events in the United States have put a spotlight on not only the importance of remote work for U.S. workers but also for business owners. If you want your workers to continue working when businesses are being told to close their doors, you’ll need to institute a comprehensive remote work policy to ensure that your workers have everything they need to perform their jobs safely, securely, and effectively when outside of the office. Here’s how you can get started:
Avoid a Boilerplate Policy – Draft Your Own!
Identify Workloads and Implement Activity Tracking
Factor in “Time to Implement”
Consult an Attorney for Guidance – No Assumptions!
Establish Expectations Early
Encourage Workers to Follow Their Normal Routine
Take Security Precautions
Equip Telecommuting Employees With the Tools to Succeed
Expand Your Remote Work Capabilities With Mobile Content Management
Ensure That Your Remote Capabilities Extend to Invoice Processing