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April 12, 2022

Warner Employment News From the Law Shanty – How Flexible Work Arrangements Can Protect Employers From the Great Resignation

On May 4, 2022, Warner is hosting its annual HR Seminar in person! Steve Palazzolo will be participating in a panel discussion about the “Great Resignation” plaguing employers across the nation. In today’s Law Shanty video, Steve highlights some key points about creating a flexible work policy to retain and attract employees to your organization. Just prior to the pandemic, working from home was starting to become more popular. Then, once the pandemic hit, it became mandatory. Organizations quickly pivoted to adjust to the new work style and proved that in some workplaces, remote work can actually ... work. Steve covers statistics from a SHRM article on flexible work options, including the five myths of flexible work. Additionally, Steve addresses what policies you need in place to ensure successful and productive flexible work arrangements. To learn more about protecting your organization from the “Great Resignation,” and about flexible work arrangements, click on the link below to view the video. 

Warner Employment News From the Law Shanty

 Look for additional Warner recordings in the near future from Steve Palazzolo’s podcast “Warner Employment News From the Law Shanty.”

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