For attorney Robert L. McKenna III, who founded the California-based law firm of Kjar, McKenna & Stockalper, he was already ahead of the game as he recognized early on that remote working could be a plus for employers and employees.
His blueprint was already underway in moving from the drawing board to the actual remote.
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It was evident that employees could get their jobs done without a declination in work product or productivity.
There were many benefits in moving to a cloud base legal practice as it only enhanced and upgraded security and accessible flexibility while diminishing the old need for physical files and server storage space.
Robert L Mckeena admits although things were ” a go” the implementation had its initial hiccups and that is why he is willing to share five tips for making the best of a hybrid workforce in the pandemic aftermath.
- Seize the opportunity to have flexibility as some businesses simply cannot function with a hybrid model because of the nature of the business but for others, it is vital to let go of the traditional body in the office.
- The savings alone in office furniture and such are worth it.
- Simply sick to a designated work space as this will set boundaries and separate work from personal.
- Ensure that hospitable and healthy work habits are practiced for video meetings and other business-related voice calls, etc.
- Make good use of the mute button and the camera being off when necessary.
- Map out and plan the work day as setting daily objectives and goals will help in being productive.
- Have that checklist of what needs to be done before lunch and after.
- Boundaries must be set to enjoy a work/life balance that is harmonious and those boundaries must be kept.
- Firmly establish the on-the-clock and off-the-clock schedule.
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