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If you haven’t developed a plan for managing and supporting your remote staff yet, then you’re behind. But it’s not too late to start, or to assess and optimize your current processes if they’re already in place.
The coronavirus pandemic is in full swing and has not shown any signs of slowing down. In the final days of March, Massachusetts’ number of COVID-19 related deaths jumped by 60%, along with a current total of 6620 cases.
Day by day, the importance of social distancing has become more apparent. If the US population is going to flatten the curve, citizens need to stay home as much as possible.
As a part of this effort, businesses across the country have sent their staff members home and hastily pivoted to a remote work model. Have you been able to keep your staff working while they’re stuck at home?
Maybe you’ve been working remotely for two weeks now. Maybe you’ve sent your staff home and had them figure out to stay productive and connected with nothing more than their business email account. In either case, your remote work model can be improved, if you know what needs to be accounted for:
There are a number of consumer and business-class solutions available to users depending on the size of the organization:
If you need help launching or managing your remote work capabilities, get in touch with the Radius Executive IT Solutions team. We will help you map out a remote working plan and devise strategies to protect your business continuity. Your plan will take the following goals into account:
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