Online Preparation for the Remote Global Workforce

Dr. Barbara A. Manko


The purpose of researching how much online learning in a university setting influences the students’ preparedness for remote work in the global labor force is to prove the following: without the essential opportunity to learn in the virtual classroom, students might finish their degrees completely without knowledge of how to cope and function in a job position which requires partial or total online work. Being able to telecommute or work from a remote location and all that this sort of work entails will be a given within 10-20 years when new hires are being considered for employment. Universities play a key role in getting the next generation of workers ready for remote professional opportunities which would otherwise require additional training and acclimatization in order for entry level candidates to experience a seamless initialization into companies already moving steadily towards a more remote work-based model.

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