The following are a couple of informative free papers suggested for workers and companies being affected by the COVID-19 outbreak – essentially, that means all of us.
These strategies will help team members continue to collaborate effectively and meet deadlines
With the coronavirus spreading, managers should be preparing for the possibility that their teams may have to work from home. This guide offers nine strategies for helping team members continue to collaborate effectively and meet deadlines. They involve spelling out the goals and roles repeatedly as circumstances require changes, making an extra effort to stay personally connected with people so they don’t feel disconnected and lonely, and acquainting team members with each other’s work environments and their constraints.
From how to protect employees to whether it’s necessary to revise benefits policies.
The Coronavirus epidemic is a wake-up call for companies to carefully review the strategies, policies, and procedures they have in place to protect employees, customers, and operations in this and future epidemics. Download this guide to get the eight questions that companies should ask as they prepare for — and respond to — the spread of the virus.
Eight factors leaders should consider.
With the rapid global spread of coronavirus, companies should focus first and foremost on employee safety. And as they’re reviewing their strategies, policies, and procedures, many leaders are specifically wondering about their legal risk. Not having adequate communicable-illness policies and response plans could expose them to a laundry list of HR-related legal concerns.
Read more about it by downloading this guide.