You Like Being Remote, But What About Your Clients?

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By Tamera Loerzel

Wow, we have learned so much from this pandemic. The toll of the illness, deaths and impact to our medical providers and so many more has been staggering; there are lasting lessons and change that can benefit us all.

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Obviously, one of the most significant changes firms made is the swift move to remote back in March. This move to remote can be a competitive advantage for firms that truly embrace it now and aren’t waiting (or hoping) to “go back” to how it was.