Beam Me Up – Telecommuting and County Government

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Charles County’s Attorney Rhonda Weaver has also worked for Prince George’s and Anne Arundel counties in human resources and contract negotiations.

A MACo Summer Conference session will probe the advantages and risks of work-from-home policies.

Telecommuting, or allowing employees to work in offices located off-site and within employees’ homes, is becoming more popular.

Telecommuting can be very beneficial for county governments, but there are risks and downsides as well. At this year’s MACo Summer Conference, you can learn more about implementing the most effective telecommuting polices for county government performance and employee satisfaction.

Here are more details:

Title: Beam Me Up – Telecommuting and County Government

Description: Telecommuting, or allowing employees to work in offices located off-site and within employees’ homes, is becoming more popular. Workplace flexibility is a way to entice employees into county employment, improve business continuity, create cost-savings, and increase eco-friendliness. Telecommuting also poses risks and downsides, including lack of oversight, security concerns, fairness and morale among employees, and loss of on-site brainstorming. This session will explore the most effective telecommuting policies for county government performance and employee satisfaction.

Speakers:

  • Joe Adler, Human Resources and Labor Relations Consultant, Segal Consulting
  • Rhonda Weaver, County Attorney, Charles County

Moderator: The Honorable Eric G. Luedtke, Maryland House of Delegates

Date/Time: Friday, August 19, 2016; 2:15 pm – 3:15 pm

The MACo summer conference will be held August 17-20, 2016 at the Roland Powell Convention Center in Ocean City Maryland. This year the conference’s theme is “Cyber Solutions: Counties in the Digital Age.”

Learn more about MACo’s Summer Conference:

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