After Yahoo and BestBuy dissolved their remote work programs in 2013, many business leaders and HR professionals started looking at their own flexible work programs with a keener eye and a greater degree of skepticism and scrutiny.
But remote work as a business practice is not inherently problematic; it’s that most organizations don’t know how to make it work to their advantage. When structured properly, a remote workforce can be as effective as any on-site organization.
In this one-hour webinar, David Lewis, President and CEO of OperationsInc, shows you how to organize a remote-work culture that gets results and develop a leadership strategy that drives success.
In this session, David looks at:
- How to establish rules and guidelines, and decide when remote work is appropriate and feasible.
- Best practices in measuring performance and tracking a remote team’s activities and accomplishments.
- Common pitfalls and issues, and how to anticipate and avoid them.
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David Lewis is the President and CEO of OperationsInc, a 14 year-old human resources outsourcing and consulting firm with 50+ HR professionals providing HR-related services to over 1,200 clients. OperationsInc’s extensive client base gives David a unique perspective as it relates to workplace issues across companies of various sizes, industries, and geographic markets. As a 28 year HR professional, David is a subject matter expert in the area of human resources and workplace management and has been featured as a guest on Bloomberg TV. He regularly appears in national publications such as The New York Times, Inc. Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, US News and World Report, and Forbes.
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