Managing Remote Employees: A Plan To Maintaining Momentum

The most difficult pieces of having a remotely working staff is ensuring that each team member is working efficiently, engaging regularly, and maintaining company culture.

Due to COVID-19, many companies are transitioning to remote work without having the ability to come up with a telecommuting policy or having the knowledge of what it takes to maintain a company's productivity, which is crucial during what may be an economic downturn.

With no definitive date this will end, I've put together this plan that businesses can utilize to continue meeting business objectives during this time.

REMOTE WORK PLAN: 

Break up into teams - Divide employees up to be no more than 6 employees reporting to one manager or supervisor. Managing more than 6 people remotely is bound to have it's pitfalls. There just isn't enough time in the day to give quality support to more than that. If it is not possible to break up into smaller teams, then break up the team by projects they're working...

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Ideas to Transition your Business during COVID-19

As businesses are being required to shut their doors to the public and people are working from home at an unprecedented rate - it’s become very clear that many businesses across various industries will be fighting to stay afloat during this period of uncertainty. More specifically, small businesses.

As I’ve had conversations with every one of our clients over the last week, it’s become clear that almost all of them will have to find new ways to deliver their product and/or service to their customers. 

I’ve put together a list of ideas that several industries can implement into their business quickly in order to help mitigate revenue losses.

RESTAURANTS AND RETAIL 

  • Offer a subscription service
  • Offer free delivery 
  • Make items available to order online 
  • Create a separate line of business such as online cooking classes, personal shopping, and affiliated partnerships 
  • Re-negotiate leases with landlords

REAL ESTATE 

  • Go virtual...
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