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What Everyone Should Know About Working Remotely


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What Everyone Should Know About Working Remotely

  • Avoiding distractions
  • Overcoming sprecial stressors
  • Set boundaries (and how)
  • Structuring your day
  • Communicate with coworkers
  • Fighting isolation
  • Best practices and biggest mistakes
  • Overcoming the struggles
  • Using the EAP

Here’s practical advice to help employees working remotely improve productivity, deal with telecommuting shortcomings, and enjoy their jobs more. Employees learn about avoiding distractions so they stay focused and don’t get behind. And they learn to set boundaries with phrases like, “I’m working right now, can talk about this later”, creating checklists, starting the day with the most difficult task, communicating with coworkers, avoiding isolation, using best practices discovered by others, and using the EAP if the going gets tough.

This editable and brandable program (PowerPoint presentation, DVD, video, or self-contained web course) educates employees/ supervisors about the content presented. This is a no-fluff program. It is fast moving, practical, and memorable. All formats include a reproducible, editable handout, and test questions to engage learners. Choose any format. Get two media formats and take 50% off the lower-priced format.

Phone 1-800-626-4327 or email for a FREE PREVIEW of the full program. Choose from multiple formats. Choose PowerPoint Sound Show for in-classroom education, or turn off the sound for live instructor training. The DVD format is perfect for any television monitor and most desk or laptop computers and its portability means you can send it anywhere your employees are located. Web movies upload to your server and become part of your Web site for 24/7 access by employees. The web course includes sound, test questions, handout(s), and a certificate of completion.