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Click HERE to get your virtual pass and free Remote Work Toolkit.

When COVID-19 struck, you and your team transitioned to work from home, a shift that 82% of workers claimed was “smooth.” In fact, 98% of employees now want to work remotely at least some of the time for the remainder of their career.

Now, almost a year later, you’re facing perhaps even bigger decisions. Will you offer a permanent remote work or hybrid option for your employees?

Buffer’s 2021 State of Remote Work claims that while 46% of employers plan to offer a remote work option, 38% still don’t know.

With How to Pay and Engage Your Remote Workforce, our goal is to take the mystery out of remote work and help you craft a strategy and communicate a policy that works for your organization and people.

When you get your virtual pass, you’ll get the Remote Work Toolkit and walk away with these actionable learnings:

  1. How to pay those who work remotely and possibly live outside your state
  2. How to create an inclusive, engaging culture for remote and in-person employees
  3. How to communicate your permanent remote or hybrid work policy to employees

Do you plan on continuing your remote work policy post-pandemic? Need help crafting a long-term strategy?

Join our remote work experts to learn more about paying and engaging your remote employees.

Get one hour of SHRM continuing education credits when you attend the session.

Click HERE to get your virtual pass and free Remote Work Toolkit.

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