This is a special two-hour Maine Calling program in response to the pressing issues facing Maine during the coronavirus crisis. For the first hour, click here.
As Maine feels the life-altering effects of the coronavirus crisis, most workplaces, businesses and schools are shutting down. But this raises a new set of challenges.
In the second hour of the show, we learn about the shift to working at home. How is it affecting Maine’s workforce? What are the pros and cons of this societal sea change? We will get advice on how to make the most of a new way of working, as well as learn what technological advances can help, and how to set up an optimal working environment.
Jarrod Maxfield, founder, Necessary Technology
Arthur Fink, consultant, coach, focused on helping people and organizations find insight and clarity
Allan Brown, director of ergonomics, MEMIC, a worker compensation company
- MEMIC: Assessing Home Office Ergonomics
- MEMIC: Sitting/standing workstations
- Amid Coronavirus, Mainers Are Living Life Online. Can The State's Broadband System Meet The Demand?
- Laundry Between Emails: Working From Home Goes Viral In The Time Of Coronavirus
- Coronavirus Triple Duty: Working, Parenting, And Teaching From Home
- 8 Tips To Make Working From Home Work For You
- Internet Traffic Surges As Companies And Schools Send People Home
- The Coronavirus Is Creating a Huge, Stressful Experiment in Working From Home