Policies that set and adjust pay for remote workers based on local factors are becoming more common among employers. For many, however, overhauling pay structures to account for geographic differences can seem daunting.
Data indicates that employers are hiring more remote senior roles as they decide to sustain remote workforces.
The deployment of desktop-as-a-service (DaaS) technology enabled the rapid move to WFH without the need to reconfigure IT systems or make major changes.
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.
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.
Having worked remotely for more than a year, many workers aren’t eager to return to their offices full time. Those who do come back are likely to find that office designs and routines have changed.