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Guide for keeping your business productive and preparing for post-coronavirus world

OVID-19 has led many companies to recommend that employees work from home. For many, remote works are a new reality and one that takes some getting used to. Below are a few tips for working remotely from Google’s Primer team to help you make the most out of the situation. A version of this tutorial originally appeared in the free Primer app.

Whether it’s done by choice or by necessity, working from home has its benefits, like avoiding your daily commute. But it also means it’s up to you to motivate yourself and get as much out of your time as you would in an office setting.

To help, here are three tips to keep yourself accountable, collaborative, and productive as you work from home.

The Economic Response Package was announced yesterday. Here is what we recommend for staying on top of unprecedented developments and accessing support packages; 

  • Bookmark https://business.govt.nz and follow updates daily

  • Monitor the outbreak live on Worldometer

  • Start monitoring potential impacts to your work or organisation 

  • Communicate regularly with your clients and prospects on your response plan to novel coronavirus 

  • Have a good understanding of the application processes for different support services prior to needing any 

Developing a continuity plan for the post-coronavirus world will help your enterprise to keep operations going; 

  • Activate flexible working solutions that are safe for your team

  • Keep your team busy with business-as-usual work that add value to customers. If business-as-usual work is reduced, then engage employees in creative thinking sessions to boost morale

  • Evaluate your real estate requirements and consider including procurement of flexible office space to quickly activate and 'pressure test' your flexible working policy 

If your enterprise need assistance with any of the above, please get in touch

Developing a continuity plan for the post-coronavirus world will help your enterprise to keep operations going; 

  • Activate flexible working solutions that are safe for your team

  • Keep your team busy with business-as-usual work that add value to customers. If business-as-usual work is reduced, then engage employees in creative thinking sessions to boost morale

  • Evaluate your real estate requirements and consider including procurement of flexible office space to quickly activate and 'pressure test' your flexible working policy 

If your enterprise need assistance with any of the above, please get in touch

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