With recent advancements in technology, working remotely has become more possible than ever before. An increasing number of people seem to want the freedom and flexibility of this type of arrangement.
But for management, the question of whether flexible work arrangements benefit the organization can be complicated. Remote workers can potentially reduce overhead costs and provide access to a larger available talent pool. But issues of compensation, employee engagement, paths for professional development, etiquette, technology, and the potential burden on in-office staff all need to be addressed.
Find out how leading organizations are dealing with these issues as they weigh the costs vs. benefits of recruiting, hiring, and managing remote staff.
Register today for “Remote Employees: How to Assess the Impact of Using Remote Workers in Your Organization,” then listen as Dan Fink, managing director of Money-Media, a Financial Times company, and Heather Farley, COO of Access Intelligence provide you with the tools you’ll need to manage your remote workers for the benefit of your organization.
Here’s just some of what you’ll learn during this in-depth 60-minute webinar:
- The positions and responsibilities best suited to working remotely.
- The boundaries you need to set for remote employees regarding time away from work, video chatting, and more.
- How to address compensation for remote vs. in-office staff.
- Techniques for reviewing performance and assessing promotions for remote workers.
- How to decide when a remote working arrangement is appropriate and when it’s not.
- Strategies to help increase collaboration among your internal and external teams.
- How to make the most of the skills your remote workers have.
- Should working remotely be an earned privilege?
- How to balance the needs of your in-house and remote employees.
…and much more!
Managing Director, Money-Media, a Financial Times company
Dan Fink is managing director of Money-Media, a Financial Times company and a premium source of news and intelligence for the global investment management industry and U.S. corporate board directors. In this role, he oversees the entire Money-Media P&L with a mission to drive growth and ensure the business continues to generate must-have information for its core audiences.
Mr. Fink previously served as Money-Media’s Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing. During his tenure, Money-Media saw marketing response rates increase dramatically and content revenue growth of 27%.
COO, Access Intelligence
Heather Farley is COO of Access Intelligence and is responsible for overseeing the operations and strategic direction across AI’s portfolio. As a member of the Access Intelligence board of directors, she also plays a role in ensuring that the vision and mission of AI’s strategic initiatives are successfully executed across all operating units.
Prior to Access Intelligence, Ms. Farley was a senior vice president and group publisher with Phillips Publishing International, where she began her publishing career in 1988.