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Virtual Classroom Expert Offers Remote Workforce Tips

In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses are requiring their employees to work from home. That transition can be more complicated than it sounds, however.

Tamara Schroer, Working Solutions vice president of Education and Development, offers tips on developing an effective virtual workforce on trainingindustry.com.

These tips include cultivating a caring culture, using degreed educators to oversee and guide transitions, and creating a workforce that builds confidence and camaraderie.

“A commitment to the effective development of a virtual workforce pays dividends—every day and in the long run,” Schroer said.

A commitment to the effective development of a virtual workforce pays dividends—every day and in the long run.

She believes: “Well-educated workers identify with the brand and customers they serve, and they tend to stay. In times like these, developing an effective virtual workforce can enhance your business’ survival strategy and lead to long-term success.”

Well-educated workers identify with the brand and customers they serve, and they tend to stay. In times like these, developing an effective virtual workforce can enhance your business’ survival strategy and lead to long-term success.

To read the entire piece, go to: 3 Tips for Successful Remote Worker Education.

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