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How Employers Can Prevent Misconduct Within a Remote Workforce

December 3, 2021

Via: HR Hero

With an estimated 36.2 million Americans working remotely by 2025, working from home has become the new norm. Although remote work has its benefits, it also diminishes open lines of communication between employers and employees, leading to issues in the workplace that go unacknowledged as a consequence of a dispersed workforce.

Cyberbullying, harassment, and discrimination continue online and become more insidious, with a recent poll indicating that 38% of employees have experienced harassment through email, video, phone, or online chat.

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