The Covid-19 pandemic changed the way that a lot of the world does business as many companies were forced to hire employees who worked remotely.
While some companies are slowly bringing employees back to an office setting, many are continuing to nurture remote or hybrid working situations.
Robert L. McKenna III, a medical malpractice lawyer, understands the nature of this developing situation and has offered quite a bit of advice on how to proceed for anyone who is willing to listen.
Robert L. McKenna III learned early on during the pandemic that most people are able to do their job on a remote basis. He also realized that the finished product of their work and their productivity did not decrease when working remotely.
Other companies were able to also see this during the pandemic and also noticed that operational costs were able to be reduced while also helping employees by cutting down their commuting costs and time spent on the road.
Robert L. McKenna III recently commented that there were some employees who preferred to come into the office still.
Many times, the reason for this had to do with the fact that their home was not really a conducive working environment for them. He also noted that as it has been possible for most people to return to the office that a more hybrid sort of working model has been adopted.
Robert L. McKenna III serves with Kjar, McKenna, & Stockalper, LLP as a partner. He has been working in the law sector since the early 1990s and is also a member of many different professional organizations. He studied at the University of California at Los Angeles and earned his bachelor’s degree there.
He later earned his Juris Doctorate and has been singled out by the Los Angeles Magazine as being one of the best lawyers in the business.