There is suddenly more discussion than ever about implementing remote work strategies, as we seek to reduce our in-person contact for a while, yet not fall out of touch or cease operations. The WorkLife Office has a great deal of experience addressing alternative work arrangements, including telecommuting, flexible scheduling, work-from-home or teleworking, and multiple means of participating on or off-site. There are many and varied reasons for working remotely, all the time or sometimes - accommodation of disability, childcare or eldercare needs, commuting constraints/savings, work that spans locations and time zones, winter weather ... We already do this in many circumstances; we have the knowledge and ability to adapt to evolving needs for flexibility and remote work. Learn more
Where can I find information about working from home for novel coronavirus?