Liability Risks Facing Remote Workforces – Post COVID-19

Publisher: Corban OneSource

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Liability Risks Facing Remote Workforces – Post COVID-19

A Gartner survey showed that more than 80% of company leaders intend to keep remote work post-COVID-19. When the pandemic struck, many business professionals acknowledged a unique silver lining: reduced risk with a remote workforce. Although there was a reduced liability, the risks associated with remote work were largely overlooked during the rush to get people working from home. \\r\\n \\r\\nNow that remote work or distance collaboration is here to stay, leaders must give serious consideration to the risks and liabilities that are still present with remote staff. Human resources professionals know that labor laws, communication modes, I.T. systems, and more still present dangers to the company. Understanding these risks and implementing steps to reduce the likelihood of a liability concern is straightforward. \\r\\n