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Mon Sep 6, 2021, 12:55 PM

Parson, state agencies negotiate remote work policies

State agencies in Missouri are in various stages of development in their plans for distributed work teams, but baseline expectations have been set by the Governor's Office.

Prior to the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Office of Administration and the Governor's Office began working with state agencies on policies for employees working outside the typical state government office.

These distributed work plans are required to be approved by Gov. Mike Parson before being implemented.

Kelli Jones, communications director for the Governor's Office, said baseline criteria have been established by the Governor's Office for the agencies to apply to their departments.

According to the governor's baseline expectations, training for managers leading distributed teams should incorporate two MOLearning courses: Leading at a Distance and Managing Virtual Teams. Leaders are also expected to complete department-specific training on remote teams.

Read more: https://www.newstribune.com/news/news/story/2021/sep/05/parson-state-agencies-negotiate-remote-work-policies/887029/
(Jefferson City News Tribune)

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