The rise of remote workers has been further propelled by the COVID-19 pandemic. If you want your business to stay competitive in the new year you need to master these key remote workforce management skills.
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For most entrepreneurs, starting or growing a business during COVID-19 requires building, growing a remote workforce.
And that’s not all…
Even after the pandemic subsides, having the infrastructure to manage and grow a remote team is going to be crucial for staying competitive.
76% of employees in a 2020 Global Workplace Analytics survey said that they want to keep working from home. While not all of these employees want to work from home full time, it’s clear that there is a significant demand for flexible work arrangements.
Simply put: Having the foundation to allow employees to work from home will be a significant advantage for attracting and retaining talent in 2021.
Want to learn how to grow and manage a remote team? CurrentWare’s managing director Neel Lukka has written an article for Business.com that will help you discover new talent remotely and grow your remote workforce.
Remote workers have provided security teams with a great challenge during the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizations have been forced to provide secure remote working arrangements at a time where the network perimeter has been obliterated.
While it’s certainly a unique challenge, there are steps security teams can take to protect their organizations against the security risks of remote workers.
In this article for SC Magazine CurrentWare’s managing director Neel Lukka provides 4 major tips for improving the security of work-from-home employees.