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Conducting Remote Supervision in Your Transitioning Workplace

Conducting Remote Supervision in Your Transitioning Workplace

Update: 2020-05-20
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Regulators expect both offsite and onsite monitoring of offices and employees due to the heightened risk inherent in remote arrangements. The work-at-home orders issued by the States in response to the pandemic have created supervision challenges for firms.  While some consider the present state the “new normal,” no one really knows how and when this will all progress.

In this week's podcast, Oyster CEO Buddy Doyle, General Counsel Patrick M. Dennis and Managing Directors Polly Cordle and Jeffrey Hiller discuss remote supervision, and what that means in the current pandemic workplace, as well as some general best practices firms should consider. Topics include email review, trade surveillance, central supervision processes, training and roll-out, and remote supervision tactics.

To learn more, read our recent blog "Remote Supervision in the Pandemic World," or you can schedule a complimentary consultation by calling  (804) 965-5400 or clicking here.

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Conducting Remote Supervision in Your Transitioning Workplace

Conducting Remote Supervision in Your Transitioning Workplace

Buddy Doyle, Patrick Dennis, Polly Cordle, Jeffrey HIller