We’re washing our hands, keeping our distance, and sanitising frequently to protect ourselves from the coronavirus. While that’s an effective method on an individual level, business owners still have to think about how to shield their organisation and their employees from the far-reaching impact of the global crisis.
Things are all up in the air at the moment. We can carry on as usual, if with some innovative adjustments to our processes, and adapt to this “new normal” in order to keep businesses afloat. But will your efforts today stand the test of time?
The global crisis has thrown the economy in disarray and left many things uncertain. As a UK business owner or a decision maker in a company, you might have to make some difficult choices in order to give your business a better chance at getting through the lean times.