Nobody likes getting dumped via text, but try being told you no longer have a job over a Zoom call. With many organizations contemplating a more permanent future for remote work, even after COVID-19 passes, they likely have only just begun thinking about the complications this poses to the employee exit process.
Those challenges aren’t just limited to cybersecurity and data management. Organizations will also have to grapple with the recovery of key paper documents, the messaging around a remote employee’s departure, and the refinement of procedures for ensuring business continuity.
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