Coronavirus has forced businesses to make a tough transition from working in their offices to sending their employees home to work remotely.
Many businesses struggle with this process as they lack the policies and often the discipline to have a truly secure workforce while working remotely. It's often the case that employees are unfamiliar or just uncomfortable with the idea.
The reason we made this guide is to help you and your employees quickly and efficiently learn the benefits and the dangers of working from home.
Since your employees will likely be under a lot of stress in this unpredictable time, and your business likely has similar pressures, we focussed on making the training as simple and direct as we could. While there are more topics to be discussed on the subject of remote work, we created a solid baseline that we think will have the largest impact on your business. You're free to add whatever you'd like to your personal business model, but be careful not to overwhelm the list as it creates more opportunity for vital points to slip through the cracks.
This guide aims to help you create a dialogue with your employees about the idea of working from home. This guide is meant to be used in tandem with your communications department as they'll likely have already been communicating about the Coronavirus anyways. In this guide, you'll be able to follow a collection of easy steps to help make the transition from the office to your home safe and more secure.
Working remotely provides an abundance of new options for teams, but be careful of the new hazards it presents. While businesses are transferring to their remote environment, opportunists are attempting to attack businesses before they can cement their structures. Thankfully, these scammers can be avoided by simply taking a few extra steps and remaining watchful […]