Managing a Remote Workforce

COVID-19 has caused many employers to make changes to their standard processes and procedures, including shifting their employees from working in the office to working from home. While this work arrangement can help employers and employees stay healthy, it can be challenging for both to navigate.
For some employees, working from home is business as usual. For others, this may be the first time they have telecommuted. This working arrangement may seem exciting at first, but it can lose its luster over time, resulting in disengagement and decreased productivity.

Additionally, cybersecurity is a constantly shifting landscape, and the changes brought about from the pandemic have caused a shift in how work is conducted, exposing new risks and exacerbating older ones. Learn more about unique issues affecting a remote workforce and how to manage the risks for your organization.

About our Speakers:
Jennifer Kramer, M.S., SPHR, SHRM-CP, EVP Employee Benefits and HR with Presidio, has over 18 years of experience in operations supporting multi-state for-profit and nonprofit organizations. She has expertise in project management, training and development, performance management, employee and client relations, policies and procedures and conflict resolution. Consistently recognized as an innovative, results- oriented and effective leader, Jennifer builds team support by encouraging others to perform and achieve strategic business goals.

Zach Raizen, Director, Risk Consulting, RSM US LLP
Zach is part of the RSM security and privacy risk consulting practice. With over ten years of experience in the information security field, he has led, managed and executed a variety of IT security projects, including application security reviews, network penetration testing, security testing, information privacy assessments, data flow mapping, IT security governance and risk management engagements. His focus is on network and application security, and information security strategy and program management.

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