Navigating the Unprecedented: Working Remotely Unexpectedly
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Sowcik, Matt, and Megan Stein. 2020. “Navigating the Unprecedented: Working Remotely Unexpectedly”. EDIS 2020 (2).


Working from an alternative location can be a daunting adjustment. Ensuring personal well-being and productivity through unexpected times takes a proactive partnership between employers and employees. This new 3-page publication of the UF/IFAS Department of Agricultural Education and Communication provides some best practices for personal well-being and productivity while working remotely. Written by Megan Stein and Matthew Sowcik.

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