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    Reopening Strategies Recognize Many Will Keep Working Remotely

    More businesses are planning to reopen their offices but not everyone is returning to work there. As part of a “new normal,” many organizations plan to allow sizable numbers of employees to continue working remotely rather than risk seeing them hired away by a more accommodating employer. Source Article More

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    Ask HR: Will Working Remotely Reduce Recognition?

    How can remote workers make sure they stay in line for recognition and promotions? What should an employee do if many colleagues are using drugs at work? SHRM President and CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, answers HR questions each week for USA Today. Source Article More

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    Rethinking Employee Benefits for Permanently Remote Workers

    Whether by choice or need, many employees are likely to continue working remotely, sometimes far from their employer’s worksite. Organizations are rethinking their health plan networks, leave policies and other benefits to make sure their offerings reflect these workers’ needs. Source Article More

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    Rethinking Where We Work

    ​When the scourge of COVID-19 is behind us, what will that mean for organizations that changed from onsite to remote work? Do they go back to mainly in-person work or keep the current status quo? Many companies are choosing a third, blended option: hybrid workplaces. Source Article More

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    Ask HR: Feeling Out of Step with Remote Team

    How can a new team member bond with colleagues while working remotely? And what are some tips for people searching for their first jobs in HR? SHRM President and CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, answers HR questions each week for USA Today. Source Article More

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    Where Are the Best States for Remote Jobs?

    While most employees will likely return to their offices after the COVID-19 crisis ends, many want to continue as remote workers, leading them to look for the companies, occupations and locations where remote work thrives. Source Article More

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