Organizations around the region are having to adapt to social distancing in the workplace because of COVID-19. Although there might be some urgency in allowing employees to work from home, it is prudent to develop a policy or guidelines that clearly identify the parameters for teleworking and helps your company feel confident about employees working remotely.
In addition to social distancing, employers and employees are seeing value in using teleworking to retain and recruit their workforce and to manage long commutes daily.
Our three-part webinar series offers practical guidance on how companies can maximize productivity and decrease employee stress in response to COVID-19. You can view the webinars below.
Hosted by Georgia Commute Options in partnership with Perimeter Connects and ASAP+
This webinar gave managers and employees tools for working remotely effectively. Topics included:
• Managing objectives and deliverables while teleworking
• Collaborating through technology
• Virtual teambuilding
• Supporting good working habits
Position your team to adapt quickly and successfully with the guidance of the Flexwork Consulting Team at Georgia Commute Options.
Business Continuity In the era of COVID-19: Creating a Business Environment that is Safe for Teleworking
Hosted by Georgia Commute Options in partnership with Livable Buckhead
Attendees learned how to develop guidelines or a policy on keeping their organization safe in a teleworking environment that includes issues such as worker’s compensation, liability, safety, and performance from an expert with over 30 years of experience in developing and managing telework programs. The objective of this webinar was to prepare companies with some formality and procedures to get programs up and running quickly.
Collaborative Technologies for Telework: SaaS solutions for non-IT Professionals
Hosted by Georgia Commute Options
Join Georgia Commute Options for a review of the solutions that are readily available for collaboration. Everything from Zoom to Teams, Skype, Chat, etc. will be discussed at a non-IT based level so that HR professionals can more clearly understand the IT needs for business continuity. The target audience for this session is small to mid-sized companies without a dedicated IT infrastructure or department.