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Posted on May 1, 2020

The Governor may have lifted Georgia’s state-wide shelter-in-place restrictions, but your organization may choose to allow all or some employees to continue work remotely. This article provides tips for managing employees and developing a work-from-home technology policy for nonprofits whose employees are working remotely.