Q: We’re considering making the temporary measures for people to work from home caused by the coronavirus lockdown more formal to keep our business going. What are our obligations as employers? Do we have to pay for the internet? How do we make sure our time cards are correct? How do we keep people engaged?
Written by: Suzanne Lucas
Read by: Shoka
Produced by: Robin Epley
This Evil HR Lady column ran in the June 2020 issue of Comstock’s magazine. Read more here.
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