How To Work With People Who Aren’t Good At Working Remotely
Most of us have spent the majority of 2020 working from home now, and there’s nothing to suggest that the remaining months of the year will see a significant change.
There are at least two good reasons for this. Keeping workers safe should be the number-one priority for businesses, even if that means putting up with potential short-term deficits in productivity or motivation.
Produced by: Richard Bradbury
Presented by: Richard Bradbury and Arvindh Yuvaraj
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