Creating a Supportive Work Environment for Employees who Work From Home and Remote Workers
As technology continues to advance and employers recognize the value of expanding their hiring pools, the need for organizations to create supportive virtual work environments is increasing.
Throughout this course, you’ll come to understand more fully what it means to be a remote worker and what it means to hire and work with remote workers. This applies to employees who have found themselves leaving the office to work from home for any number of reasons as well.
This program is designed for leaders or managers that want to take a proactive approach in creating supportive remote work environments within their organization.
What You'll Learn:
Information in this course is presented through a series of animations explaining key information, opportunities to test your knowledge and reflect on your learning and action steps to implement your learning in your organization.
This course is intended to take approximately 1.5 hours to complete. It is separated into modules and your progress is automatically saved, so feel free to complete at your own pace.
If you have been provided with a Record ID through your organization, please update your profile before enrolling in a course. In order for your certificate to be issued, your profile needs to be up-to-date prior to your enrollment.
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Work Wellness Institute
Module 1: Introduction
Advantages & Challenges of Remote Work
Module 2: Introduction
Technology and Equipment Assessment for Working Remotely
Productivity Supports for Your Employees
Module 3: Introduction
Hiring Remote Workers with Disabilities
Transitioning Employees with Disabilities From Working In-Office to Working From Home