COVID-19: The Emergency Guide To Remote Employees

March 17th, 2020

This video is for the small to medium‐sized businesses that were caught off guard by the recent pandemic. For those that are currently faced with the realization that they may have to close their doors due to the virus.

Unfortunately, many businesses such as retail or food service cannot have remote workers - but some businesses can minimize the financial impact of this event by putting together a plan to enable their employees the ability to work from home securely.

This advice isn’t comprehensive. This is to help those businesses who don’t have any plan create a plan. you can transition most of your workers to remote quickly and securely while maintaining a good level of productivity. This can also be done while minimizing cost or downtime.

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About The Author: Austin Landes, CIC

Austin is an experienced Commercial Risk Advisor specializing in property & casualty risk management for religious institutions, real estate, construction, and manufacturing.

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