By Teena Applegate
I feel fortunate that my company has allowed employees the opportunity to work remote. Sure, we didn’t go full steam when it initially rolled out a couple of years ago. We had a real trickle effect with one to two set days allowing employees to work from home and depending on position; it wasn’t available to all employees. There seems to be a continued surge for its continuum even with news of some companies pulling back or terming remote working. If you’ve had an interest – be sure to see the recent article, Technology Risk Insights: Keys to a Secure Remote Work Program released on MyWave Connect (MyWave is an online employer resource RISQ Consulting provides to all employer clients. Contact your Benefits Consultant or Account Manager for a login). As always, we welcome your tips and shares on how you have implemented a work from home policy for your employees.
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