Sara Perry on Remote Work During the COVID-19 Pandemic


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Tonight I'm joined by Sara Perry, Assistant Professor of Management at Baylor University, to talk about the great and terrible experiment in remote work that many American workers are now experiencing. What, if anything, does the research have to tell us about implementing remote work programs under conditions like these? What can we learn from experience?

You can follow Sara on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Also, please consider her research request: "We are currently recruiting couples to participate in a study on remote work -- qualified married or cohabiting couples are those in which at least one partner works remotely (at least some of the time) and works full-time for an organization (no self-employed business owners): We are compensating with $25 Amazon gift cards and are taking enrollments for the next launch date in April now. We prefer those who have been working remotely already before this and will continue to do so after this crisis is over. More details on eligibility are at the link."

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