In the likely case that remote work is here to stay, an agile mobility team can play an important role in effectively managing remote work. This guide offers a framework for how your mobility departments can assist your organization in developing policies and processes to manage a compliant and productive remote workforce.
Remote work is a growing area with some unique policy challenges and the potential to disrupt some of our typical ways of doing business.
Remote workers, Virtual Assignments, Work-from-Anywhere employees, and Global Nomads are terms which have gained attention in recent years, and with more fervour in the past 6 months.
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Prior to the current pandemic, a 2018 study by GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com highlighted that just 3.6% of the United States labor force worked remotely 50% or more of the time.
For many, remote work has proven to be sustainable and successful. This has resulted in companies looking to position a distributed workforce as part of their employee value proposition. These organizations offer a combination of:
WorldatWorld pulished a recent article from AIRINC's President and CEO, Steve Brink. In this article, Brink discusses the changing equation of Total Rewards and the key ways to attract, retain, and enhance talent as our world continues to fasttrack business modernity during the sweeping COVID-19 pandemic.