staff retention for remote workers

keep them happy and engaged.

by amy welch, apr, cae
intraprisetechknowlogies llc

prior to 2020, remote work was barely a blip on any business radar. however, following the covid-19 pandemic, what was once considered unique has become an exploding norm. for intraprisetechknowlogies llc, though, the practice of remote work presented itself—and evolved—by accident, and well before other companies jumped aboard.

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the advisory-focused cpa firm hired alisa nishimoto, pmp, as a part-time project manager in february 2010. although she was living in san jose, cal., at the time, nishimoto and her family planned to move back to hawaii, where she grew up and she planned to join the rest of the intraprisetechknowlogies team at its honolulu headquarters. however, after a year of searching, nishimoto’s husband was unable to find a comparable job in hawaii, so the young family decided to remain in san jose.