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Are you considering allowing your employees to work from home during the pandemic? COVID-19 has forced many companies to allow their employees to telecommute. In fact, in many industries working from home has been absolutely vital in keeping businesses up and running during these challenging times.

How Tech Firms Are Leading the Way in Telecommuting in the Time of COVID

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives in countless ways. For many companies, that has included turning to telecommuting in order to keep businesses up and running in these challenging times. So maybe it will come as no surprise that it’s the tech industry that is leading the way in this work-from-home trend. Here are a few excellent examples of tech firms that have embraced telecommuting:

Telecommuting Fans and Haters: Who’s Right?

The recent COVID-19 pandemic is forcing a lot of companies to find a way to allow their employees to work from home. For many companies, allowing workers to telecommute is the only way to keep business going in these challenging times. And while staying in business may not be a controversial topic, telecommuting has been a topic of vigorous debate for years.

Professionals Who Have Been Telecommuting All Along

During the COVID-19 pandemic, people all over the US and throughout the world have been working from home – many of them for the first time. And that trend may continue long past the current crisis.

How Stress Impacts Telecommuter Productivity

The COVID-19 pandemic has encouraged a great number of employers to allow their employees to telecommute, many of them for the first time. And while it may seem as though working from home would be more relaxing than working in an office environment, telecommuters are not immune from stress. In fact, you may be surprised to learn exactly how stress can be affecting your remote workers and, just as important, how that stress is impacting their productivity.

Why Some Employees Want to Keep Working from Home

The Covid-19 pandemic resulted in an unprecedented number of people working from home. In fact, many company owners and managers who would never have even considered allowing their employees to telecommute in the past found themselves embracing the idea – particularly when the only other option was to simply stop doing business until stay-at-home orders were lifted.

FAQs for Managers of Remote Workers

In this age of COVID-19, our everyday work environments are changing. More and more companies are now allowing employees to work from home. And while that may be the best way to allow many companies to conduct business, it’s not always an easy transition to make – particularly for the supervisors of those telecommuters. In fact, if you haven’t done so in the past, managing a remote team may seem like a daunting task.

How COVID-19 Will Reshape the Typical Workday in the Future

The COVID-19 pandemic has already had a tremendous impact on our work lives. Even people who have continued to get up and go to work as usual – such as those with “essential” jobs like healthcare workers, grocery clerks, etc. – have likely seen their jobs morph into something different than they were before the onslaught of COVID-19. Changes have been especially felt by workers who have been furloughed or asked to work from home.

How to Train Your Telecommuters

Even in the best of times – when you have one or more professional trainers working full-time to train employees at your place of business, for example – training new hires can be challenging. So, needless to say, if you are faced with the task of training a new remote employee, or providing additional training for one or more existing employees who work at remote locations, it can be even more daunting.


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