Best Practices for Managing a Remote Workforce
May 22, 2020
Many employers were thrust into a remote working environment as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. As we return to work, some employers will continue to utilize work from home (WFH) as an option to socially distance employees and some may consider WFH as a permanent option. This was the discussion topic at the May 22 NJCPA Business & Industry Professionals Forum. If you couldn't attend live, you can watch the video.
Chris J. Schiffer
Chris Schiffer, AIF, CFP, CPA, MBA, is a senior financial adviser with Wealth Enhancement Group. He was the 2018/19 president of the NJCPA Middlesex/Somerset Chapter. Chris is also a member of the Financial Planning Association. He received a BS in accounting from Fordham University and his MBA in finance and international business from New York University’s Stern School of Business.
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Howard A. Matalon, Esq., is a partner of the firm Oleander Feldman in charge of the Employment Practices Group. Howard is an accomplished legal advisor with over 25 years of experience offering precision guidance and cost-effective solutions to the New Jersey business community in Human Capital Management. Howard received his Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, from Brandeis University and his J.D. from Boston University Law School, cum laude, where he was Note Editor of the Boston University Law Review.
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Laura C. Osborn
Laura Crothers Osborn is a highly regarded speaker, author and expert in HR and Leadership. She is the owner, principal and president of Crothers Consulting, a boutique HR consulting and coaching firm servicing middle market businesses with high quality, strategic HR projects, executive coaching and on-going support since 2010.
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