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Considerations for managing remote employees beyond the 2020 public health emergency

Considerations for managing remote employees beyond the 2020 public health emergency

Kylie Kaczor, MSN-RN, CPCO, CASC, CPHRM, CMPE, CLSSBB, ACHE; Senior Vice President, Clinical and Regulatory Affairs at National Medical Billing Services Matt Litzelfelner; Senior Vice President, Finance at National Medical Billing Services

According to Time magazine, the coronavirus pandemic has created “the world’s largest work-from-home experiment.”

Every industry and all employers who may have been slower to adopt remote working roles in their organization were simultaneously forced to shift most if not all operations to the telecommuting space. During the public health emergency, as stay-at-home orders were extended so too were the requirements for many people to continue working in this new remote environment with many organizations already announcing they will maintain remote work after the crisis. During this period of great change not only in the working environment but in the every-day American’s way of life, employers are now evaluating their remote-working capabilities and exploring long term strategy that includes the integration of additional technologies and employment scenarios.

Please read the whole article at Becker’s Hospital Review.


This post was first published August 11, 2020 and was updated September 3, 2020.

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