Online Course » Telecommuting and Other Alternative Work Arrangements for Supervisors

Course Description:
As the workforce becomes more diversified and employers struggle to cope with the demands of a rapidly changing marketplace, these arrangements are becoming more popular and more common.

Key Points:
  • Not all jobs or all employees are suitable for alternative work arrangements.
  • Successful supervision of an alternative work arrangement requires the supervisor to be results oriented, tolerant of variation, comfortable with an individualized style of supervision, and willing to delegate.
  • Objectives, expectations, and timetables must be clearly spelled out, effective channels of communication must be maintained, performance must be carefully monitored, and adequate feedback provided.
  • Supervisors should be alert to potential problems and work with employees to solve them quickly and effectively.
Course Objective:
The main objective of this course is to provide you with the information you need to successfully supervise telecommuters and other alternative work arrangements and to make the most of what they have to offer you, your employees, and the organization.
Hours:
0.25
Certificates:
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