How to Maintain Productivity and Communicate Effectively During Remote Working in NIPosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 7 May 2020
As homeworking becomes the new norm during (and, for many, beyond) the Coronavirus outbreak, Emer Hinphey (ThinkPeople) and Scott Alexander (Head of Learning and Development at Legal Island) discuss tips to ensure that employers and employees get the most out of homeworking and they also discuss the challenges that could arise.
In this webinar recording Emer discusses how to maintain productivity & how to communicate effectively during remote working.
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