For employers, its difficult to know exactly what to expect particularly over the next few weeks; there is no statewide mask mandate, for example, and no closures anticipated from state or local governments. Yet, this strain
Today, I’ll be presenting on the topic of working remotely (i.e. telework) along with my colleagues Rauchell Beckford-Anderson, Bradley Harper and Louis Schatz.
If you missed it, you’ll be able to view it on demand here.
The topic of remote work has certainly taken off during this pandemic.
But a few stats stood out for…
With many workplaces now going on a year with remote workers, issues that were thought to be temporary blips are turning into major headaches.
Suppose your office in Stamford, Connecticut is closed and employee are allowed to work remotely.
What happens to those New York residents who are now working from home 24/7?
Over Thanksgiving, I did something novel (at least for me): I painted my home office space.
That, of course, led to the realization that the carpet was hopelessly outdated and, since we were at it, the light fixture was falling apart, and the desk and chair I was working from for the last 9 months…
I’m excited. And nervous. And happy. And angry. And energized. And exhausted.
And my oldest daughter hasn’t even started her first day of college next week.
(Proud Dad aside: She’s headed to WPI next week as a freshman where she wants to study aerospace engineering!)
Around Connecticut, the nervousness and excitement has been palpable and…