Megan Carannante Comments on Challenges of Supervising Remote Workers
Megan Carannante, co-chair of the Labor, Employment Law and Employee Benefits Department at Pullman & Comley, was quoted in a recent Hartford Business Journal article about the challenges that companies have faced as they transitioned abruptly last spring to remote work without clear-cut policies and procedures in place.
Now that remote work may extend indefinitely for some companies, employers must plan accordingly, and create or adapt existing policies to reflect the realities of remote work, she said.
“There’s no different standard of performance, whether you’re working remotely or in the office,” Megan said of an ideal policy. “You should hold your employees to the same standard of performance no matter where they’re working.”
To read the full article, visit the Hartford Business Journal website.