If your business financials feel volatile, you’re not alone. Here are some other ways business owners can ensure as few financial losses as possible:
Not all business owners can send employees home. If you have workers who must be on-site, we have a few suggestions for keeping people safe. Refer to the guidelines set by the National Centre for Disease Control.
For most business owners, dealing with a pandemic like this is new territory. Here are some first steps to help you get started.
The simplest way to lower the risk of infection and contamination is to restrict all non-essential business travel. But for those unavoidable business trips, here are a few tips for keeping yourself and everyone else safe.
As much as possible avoid mass gatherings like events. Check the MoFHW memorandum on mass gathering.
If you planned on attending an event or conference this year, there’s a good chance it’s already canceled. Even if your event isn’t as big as Google’s I/O 2020, you may be wondering if it’s time to pull the plug. Postponing your event is the best way to avoid the spread of coronavirus. Here are a few tips for minimizing contamination, should you decide to move forward:
As cases of COVID-19 continue to escalate, businesses are issuing work-from-home policies, so employees slow down the virus’ spread. Here are a few tips for a seamless transition to a remote workforce:
Check the MoFHW advisory on social distancing.
Working remotely can leave employees feeling disconnected from teams and co-workers. But teamwork is an important ingredient for productivity. Here are a few tips to help keep employees’ connections thriving: