Head of People Exclusive | How to make managers the centre of remote work

How to make managers the centre of remote work

As more and more firms experiment with the idea of a remote first approach, HR needs to have a strategy to make it work. To help understanding, this article includes:

  • Exploration of how an entire firm must be behind remote working, not just the CEO

  • Insight into the type of manager needed for remote work to be a success

  • What skills HR needs to hire

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