In the post-pandemic world, many employers are offering “remote benefits.” What are some things to consider when making a decision about working remotely?
1. Can you work from home and be able to separate the two?
2. What are the hours and how often do you have to check-in?
3. What metrics are being tracked to justify your performance?
4. What distractions may there be by working remotely?
5. Is the work team-oriented, client facing, back office, etc. and how is the support for that?
6. Will the company cover office expenses or is it included in the compensation model?
7. What happens if there is a hardware issue?
Kurt D’Angelo ’02 M’07, vice president and financial advisor with Equitable Advisors, during his webinar “Navigating Career Change” for the university community.
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