Are you concerned about the safety of your transient employees who may be regularly on the road (or in the air) conducting their duties? It may be a good idea to ensure travelling employees complete a Travel Risk Assessment?
Business continuity planning creates systems to sustain or recover ‘critical business activity’ in response to significant disruption. Pre COVID-19 it’s likely that crisis management and business continuity didn’t appear on the radar for many organisations as a priority. Over the past year, however, many companies have had their policies stress tested and many are now implementing and updating business continuity plans.
Clear communication, teamwork, and transparency are important to your company’s success. Current challenges have accelerated the digital revolution across internal communications.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a wakeup call for all employers regarding the importance of the health and wellbeing of their workforce. Some have realised that the health and viability of their business is dependent upon the health and vitality of their workforce.
There has also been a noticeable shift in business communication and how employers are talking to their teams, customers, investors and broader stakeholder community. But how much of that has been a necessary response to the pandemic, and what will endure as lockdown measures are eased?