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Distributed workforces require a new approach since traditional coaching, training, and in-person methods no longer provide adequate touchpoints. (Image: 2020 elenabsl/Shutterstock)

Distributed workforces are not a new concept, but with COVID lingering and many employees preferring the flexibility of hybrid work, businesses are quickly realizing that working across multiple locations instead of having everyone work under one roof is becoming the norm. With a greater focus being put on compliance, stress management, and other workforce challenges in this hybrid setting, what can businesses do to keep their employees and organization safe?

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