Maintaining Productivity and Hiring During a Pandemic
We are currently in the middle of an unprecedented public health crisis, one that is taking us out of work, school, bars, and restaurants, and keeping us “socially distanced” from as many people as possible. The markets are not promising, and we will certainly have a long road ahead of us when we come out on the other side.
While we are navigating the unknown, one thing that is for certain is that it is critical to move ahead with work as usual - to the best of our abilities - so that when we return back to a new normal we are able to continue moving ahead without too much cleanup bogging us down.
Long before COVID-19, work from home or remote work was rising in popularity. Especially among the younger set, and as we build a more global workforce, the flexibility of working from the comforts of home or a cafe proved appealing. Now, this is a necessity as we head into the next few weeks.
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