Our Sister Business Freeman Clarke has written an article about how you can prepare your business for homeworking from a technical standpoint.
As CEO of a growing business, you likely spend most of your time thinking about your products, customers, and staff, as well as how to keep growth on track.
But soon enough, you may have a new priority – how to keep your business running when threatened by coronavirus.
The good news is that there is a relatively simple way to prepare your business for disruption – homeworking, meaning providing your employees with the flexibility and equipment they need to work remotely. Preparing your business and staff for remote work provides a robust means to handle health scares, as well as most other disaster scenarios like power failures, bad weather, strikes, or transport disruptions.
Its also important to consider your people when starting this process, allowing your staff to work from home allows them flexibility and can help with employee engagement. However, you don’t want to set them up to fail, consider how autonomous their role is, do they have the right support to work at home and can they still work well with their teams remotely?
If you would like support with setting up homeworking the right way within your business contact us.