As soon as the COVID-19 outbreak reached the United States, I implemented a voluntary Work-From-Home policy to ensure the health and safety of our staff, as well remain productive in a chaotic economic situation. While my company has long had a liberal work remote policy, most of our staff still comes into the office. This literally changed overnight and as all the self-quarantine lengthened, I worried about the ability of the department management to remain efficient and engaged with work responsibilities. With that in mind, I added some training in my company to aid management for oversight of remote staff. I put some information below as it may be a help to others as we move through this crisis.
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