Facing the tech problems of working from home
Remote work schedules were omnipresent in practice management advice for years – until about six months ago, when the pandemic turned the notion into a mandatory business model.
The internet and other technology is about all that’s kept any portion of the economy going since spring. But as usually happens with emergency methods, surprise problems cropped up.
“Switching to a predominantly remote work force is no simple task. One of the most important matters now, more than ever, is constant communication with colleagues and clients,” said Timothy Schuster, a senior manager in Top 100 Firm EisnerAmper’s Private Business Services Group, in Iselin, New Jersey. “Technology has helped … but it also comes with some challenges.”
So how did firms adjust?