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Workforce planning, remote-working, and employee privacy during COVID-19
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Workforce planning, remote-working, and employee privacy during COVID-19

About this Guide

In this Executive Brief, we look at company policies emerging in response to the coronavirus that are impacting most organizations, primarily:

  • Workforce planning – shaping remote working based on job analysis, cross-training your people and contingency plans for essential functions
  • Remote working – how and why one size does not fit all
  • Leave policies – revisit your handbook for key policies and benefits
  • Privacy/Discrimination – questions being raised and best practice advice

Author

Precillia Redmond

Precillia Redmond

Founder & Principal, Maeve Consulting, LLC

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