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How can one who is working here in an office, transition into working from home remotely?


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There are only a few departments that let you work remotely I luckily work in the OSHA department where I am able to and the transition was extremely smooth.

Answered - Receiptionist (Former Employee) - Rancho Cordova, CA

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I love irked at Sedgwick and now work for another company from home. I have a very adequate space for working at home for several years. I guess I do not understand why some companies allow it and some do not. I would have stayed at Sedgwick if they had allowed it. They are understaffed and do not allow overtime especially on the Target client. Allowing ones to work from home could have allowed for them to work extra hours also to keep Claims in check. Under paid as well.


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Dependent on team/client

Answered - Disability Representative, SR, Comcast (Former Employee) - Dubuque, IA

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Turn off the TV. Make a space where you can work with no distractions and lock the door.

Answered - College IT Intern (Database Developer) (Former Employee) - Memphis, TN

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Systems are great for working anywhere including remote.

Answered - Workers' Compensation Claims Adjuster/Supervisor (Former Employee) - Southfield, MI

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There are strict rules about working remotely. You have to be a certain distance away from an office to qualify to work from home.

Answered - IT Software Development Technician (Current Employee) - Dublin, OH

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