Our day-to-day lives have all been impacted by the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). As employers and leaders, it’s important to encourage the responsible distribution of information regarding the evolving situation. We have put together this handy list of resources that we have been using to help inform our own office practices and keep our teams up to date. For the most recent and up to date information, refer to the link below:
There are plenty of methods your business can utilise to help ease the spread of COVID-19 in your workplace, whilst also helping your people future proof your business against the possible disasters of the future.
If you have had someone in your workplace who has come into contact with an infected person, check out these two links:
If you want to know more about the laws relating to working conditions and how you can align your business to what’s expected, follow on below:
To help your workplace with continuity and future proofing
As governments and airlines enact restrictions to travel, this can impact your employees as they may be returning earlier from their holidays or may need to reschedule work trips. To keep up to date the restrictions of governments both at home and abroad, please refer to the links below:
As working from home becomes a more common approach to enable self-quarantine and lessen time in public places, it’s important that your workforce is properly prepared for this transition.
This can be everything from the desk set up that your team is using, to also considering how team members’ mental health can be adversely affected by the negative consequences of social distancing. Follow on with the links below to see how you can place your team in the best position to succeed:
Just as the physical health of your employees is of paramount importance, so too should priority be placed on their mental health. Currently the news cycle has been filled with rising statistics of infection and the lowered availability of household basics. Health and access to food and resources are at the base of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs for a reason, it’s important to think of the follow-on impact on your team. Unfortunately these circumstances can be anxiety inducing for many, the following resource may be useful for encouraging better mental health:
These resources are up to date and will remain so as we learn more about how COVID-19 impacts will affect business as usual. Minimising the disruption to workplace practices and keeping your team members informed of all changes will assist your business through this tumultuous time.