Back to the Office: How to Keep Anxious Workers Safe and Happy

How to Keep Anxious Workers Safe and Happy

The impact of COVID-19 is quite apparent all over the globe. The businesses are crashing down, the economy is getting squished, many businesses are going bankrupt and many are struggling to stay afloat. March 11 2020 was the day when the World Health Organization officially announced this as a worldwide pandemic. 

Initially, every country took measures and placed a locked down, but slowly when the COVID cases went down and the government figured out a way how to protect themselves the lockdown was lifted and now businesses of all industries are reopening. However, the state has listed down strict policies for the businesses to follow.

The pandemic however has changed how the businesses are supposed to operate now and how they will continue to operate at least till the time when this pandemic is completely over.  While every industry was impacted by the pandemic and they suffered, the field service industry specifically took a major blow.

Now that the businesses are reopening, the service sector industry has to take major precautions. Services such as AC cleaning, garbage cleaning, plumbing services Dubai are all essential, but the fact is no one wants the risk of calling over-servicing professionals, nor technicians feel comfortable as this might add to the pandemic. 

Therefore now that the government is taking steps to regulate the economy normally, the service sector has to work on improved and safe guidelines as well. It is very important now that the workers are scared, the proper policies are taken to guide them and ensure that they can work in a safe and secure environment.

The following are a few guidelines on how to keep your workers safe and happy to keep them motivated.

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5 Technologies You Need to Have for Working Remotely in 2020

Technologies You Need to Have for Working Remotely

Especially with the coronavirus pandemic raging outside, we have an ever-increasing need to work from home, and you have many businesses that have begun to do that. Remote work grows in popularity each day in the areas where they can do it. The numbers grow each day. Even among full-time employees, it has become increasingly popular under the current situation, and an estimated 40 percent of workers have begun to do this type of work because of how that’s what’s available to them. With that said, what technologies in 2020 can help you to work remotely?

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5 Ways to Help Your Employees Work from Home Effectively and Efficiently

Ways to Help Your Employees Work from Home Effectively and Efficiently

Over the last month, more and more organizations have been asking their employees to work remotely due to the rapid spread of COVID-19. While employees have the leisure of not having to dress up or commute daily, they are still expected to be just as productive and efficient in their tasks. For some, it might sound like a relief, but it’s definitely a challenge for those who need to simultaneously look after their families at home and work at the same time. 

Every job is different depending on the tasks, responsibilities, and internal policies which can be difficult to navigate when you’re working outside a professional setting. But there are some strategies to help your employees be more productive while working remotely. With the abundant technological advancements, there has been a surge in employees who telecommute on a regular basis, so there are many full-time workers who have been successfully working from their homes. To get you started, here are five ways for your employees to be productive when working remotely. 

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5 Ways to Increase Engagement in Remote Teams During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Ways to Increase Engagement in Remote Teams During the Covid 19 Pandemic

Keeping your team (or remote team) motivated and on the same page is challenging under the best of circumstances. When you add in the fact that we are all under an enormous amount of pressure at an unprecedented period in history, it may seem downright impossible.

These are not normal times. COVID-19 has changed that game, and we may not get back to normal any time soon.

We’re coping with wide-spread life and business disruption, fear, and uncertainty about the future. Even workplaces that already offer the flexibility of remote work are trying to expand their work-from-home capabilities and keep staff members in the loop. 

Business leaders and staffers who are experiencing this for the first time are still finding their footing.

When facing a crisis, it’s essential to remain calm and focused to maintain some semblance of “business as usual”.

We’ve seen the innovative ways that people who are in the public eye are rising to the challenge. But, what about those of us who aren’t celebrities or newscasters?

If your company is one of those that are fortunate enough to carry on in the current climate, we offer some solutions designed to support engagement and make sure your team remains productive.

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How Automation is Redefining the Way We Work

How Automation is Redefining the Way We Work

The workplace is changing, faster than ever before, and automation technology rests at the very forefront of these developments. 

The past decade has witnessed a steady influx of companies willing to test the waters of this technology—automating preliminary functions like email marketing, candidate screenings, and even their customer relationship management. But all signs point toward a future of work that is only more automated as bot capabilities expand and automation’s market size broadens its horizons.

The pervasiveness of automation has to do with its adaptability; automation isn’t exclusive to any single industry, job category, or business size—meaning that it will more than likely have some impact on your own business, as well as your competitors. 

That’s why it’s important for you and your organization at large to understand the implications of a highly automated workforce, and how this technology will allow everyone to re-envision the way they work.

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