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Remote Work: More Than a Laptop, a Phone, and an Internet Connection

Ready or not, infected or not, people are either already self-isolating or preparing for it. In this session, we’ll use the terms “Remote” and “Remote Work” a lot but we’re mostly talking about just one aspect of remote; work from home. For some, you’ve already started and are hitting some serious roadblocks, others are planning. We’ll try to cover all the best practices to help both groups. From Employee Engagement to IT, the key to your success will be good preparation, plenty of training, and ongoing support.

It’s far too easy to think that remote is nothing more than a laptop, a phone, and an internet connection. The gap between part-time remote and full time remote can be as vast as the gap between “some” remote workers and an entirely virtual organization, especially one that springs into existence overnight.

During this session, we break down remote work into four categories:

1) People
2) Process
3) Platform
4) Place



Presenter Bios

Cary Moretti
Cary Moretti

Cary is a serial entrepreneur, innovator, and technology advisor. He built his first business at the age of 17 and has, in every iteration of his career, been an advocate for new technologies that help clients drive positive innovation. Cary has created, financed and led private companies in multiple verticals including retail e-commerce, sports & entertainment, and healthcare.

Cary believes strongly that the Future of Work is Remote and has lived that philosophy for over 20 years. In 2008 he built his first 100% remote organization. The move to Remote Work has been the key to sourcing – and keeping – the best employees, navigating major economic cycles, and pivoting to transform organizations, his own and his clients’, through year over year strategic growth.

Rob Catalano

Rob Catalano is passionate about helping companies succeed – by leveraging technology to make employees successful. With his unique experience in HR Technology as a founding employee at Achievers, Rob co-founded WorkTango – software that helps give employees a voice and companies actionable insight.

He has recently been named as a 2018 Top Global Employee Engagement Influencer, has had the privilege of speaking in over 30 cities the past three years, and loves the opportunity to connect with passionate HR leaders across the globe.