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Making Remote Work Work: Policies and Pitfalls

Reality Reset: Employer Operations in a Pandemic and Beyond

2021

In this webinar, we review CAPLAW’s new sample remote work policy and discuss ways in which CAAs and employees may take advantage of the flexibilities inherent to certain recommended policy provisions. A successful remote work arrangement requires that employees and their employer both understand their roles and obligations. Therefore, a clear, thorough, and easy-to-understand remote work policy is a key component of a successful remote work arrangement. As important as such a policy may be, it can be difficult to know what to include – and what not to include – to ensure it sets realistic expectations so it can be easily followed and implemented.

Presented on: March 18, 2021
Presented by: Megan Bisk, Ropes & Gray, LLP, and Edward Faust, CAPLAW

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