Legal and Contractual Perspectives of Managing the Remote/Virtual Employee Webinar
Participants will understand the dynamic interaction between technological systems and human systems that the virtual leader has to address and how to implement prevention strategies to minimize liability by designing and developing virtual policies.
Objectives of the Presentation
To identify the remote/virtual worker
To list recommended elements of a virtual team contract
To explore steps to avoid discrimination claims
To describe wage and hour obligations
To discuss ergonomics, health risks and virtual workplace injuries
To define essential competencies of leadership in virtual environment
To list 4 essentials for virtual teamwork
To identify best characteristics of virtual team/employee
To discuss tools and techniques to facilitate ´working together apart´ in virtual environment
To identify the tips for effective virtual meetings
To discuss importance of virtual contracts
To determine the best data security
Why Should you Attend
More and more organizations are ´going virtual,´ whether it is an employee who telecommutes, a team of workers in another country or simply an employee who extends her or his workday by checking e-mail or downloading a document from Dropbox that connects to their phone, iPad or home computer.
Approximately 80% of U. S. workers continue to do business remotely after normal work hours. More and more organizations are incorporating telecommuting and other forms of virtual work into their workforce with great success and reduction in costs.
The virtual workplace is a reality that is expanding and influencing how organizations do their work. The new virtual work environment offers exciting opportunities as well as challenges to avoid liability.
Managing remote or virtual workers requires a management mindset change that differs from managing on-site workers. Examining, planning, and implementing legal and contractual issues are not always considered in the same way when managing on-site workers.
This training will help participants understand how to manage virtual teams/workforce vs. on-site team effectively to balance growth and cost, while addressing the legal and operational challenges.
Who will Benefit
Team leaders, Supervisors, Middle managers, Administrators, Directors, Senior leaders, Human resources professionals, HR generalists, HR managers, Risk Managers, Attorneys. Any manager of a telecommuter or virtual employee/team