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CEOs have diverse opinions about the effectiveness of remote work. (Mohammad Shahhosseini/Unsplash)

What Canada’s top CEOs think about remote work

Research and surveys show that many Canadian employees want to continue to work from home, at least sometimes, following the pandemic. But what do CEOs think?
Replacing an employee means taking time and resources to train someone new. djrandco/Shutterstock.com

Replacing workers has many costs

As more and more Americans are laid off, employers have to consider the cost of letting their staff go.
Remote work can be a difficult adjustment for teams accustomed to working in an office setting. Here are some tips. (Charles Deluvio/Unsplash)

Remote work amid the coronavirus pandemic: 3 solutions

Working from home presents challenges that will take time to resolve, and misunderstandings are to be expected. So let's be forgiving of one another and focus on establishing effective new work norms.
Many of the tasks employees are doing now were not imagined even weeks ago. People are becoming crisis managers, sanitation monitors and work-from-home co-ordinators. (Unsplash)

The coronavirus is changing how we work — possibly permanently

The coronavirus pandemic has forced employees and businesses to change the way they operate. Some of those changes may be permanent.
Presenteeism – as opposed to absenteeism – is especially dangerous in the midst of a pandemic. (Shutterstock)

Employers need to give paid sick days to fight the coronavirus

Presenteeism -- when employees show up for work when they're sick -- at a time of a global pandemic is especially dangerous for co-workers, managers and employers.

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