As the world deals with the COVID-19 and coronavirus pandemic, many businesses have been forced to shut down their offices and adopt remote work options for their employees. However, not all employees can work from home. Not being able to generate as much during this period and having to manage your payroll, should you lay off your employees during this period?
My advice? No. Not yet at least. Instead, focus on the opportunities. Join me as I reveal three ways your employees who aren’t working during this pandemic can still help you grow your business.
“A people-first approach to the way you do business wins every time, especially if you have the right people.”