Over the last two decades, advances in technology have transformed many businesses’ approach and philosophy to remote work. While there have been some trends over the last three years by some organizations to call their remote teams back to the physical office, in March of 2020, that trend generally came to a screeching halt in the United States. In fact, remote work has become a necessity for many businesses that perhaps never even considered a remote work environment. As we navigate an unprecedented global pandemic and most states employ a turn-the-dial approach to opening up businesses, organizational leaders have an opportunity to identify how their telework/remote policies and practices should be implemented and perhaps updated in the new world order to ensure a sense of equity and fairness amongst its workforce. The following provides three areas of focus business leaders should employ to ensure that remote work policies are effectively enforced.