Working with Remote Workers Efficiently in a Global Medical, Economic Crisis

With the current pandemic’s hands over our necks, for many businesses, big and small alike, there are no other options but to shutter the offices and start mobilizing employees with remote work arrangements.

For many, this could be the first time encountering this unexpected situation. It was never an option in the first place

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Professional copywriter. Online Social Marketing consultant. Lover of books and stories. Blogger and yoga lover http://www.marshametta.com

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