Throughout COVID-19 and civil unrest, businesses have been working hard to adapt and stay on track with their goals. While, inevitably, many have had setbacks, others have learned how to deal with the crisis and have adapted for the better. Take a look at how.
Business Adaptions Amid COVID-19 and Civil Unrest
While this technology trend is far from new, more and more businesses have adapted to cloud technology to handle employees working from home. There have been concerns about how to run operations with fewer dependencies on our physical locations. Cloud tech helps with that.
Companies have been forced to embrace a new vision of what a collaborated work environment looks like. Corporations are supporting colleagues who are working from home. Digital communications have become the norm and business owners are more mindful of mental health in the workplace.
The new workplace
Businesses and individuals alike will take bigger precautions to protect themselves financially, physically, and mentally to mitigate future risks. Colleagues may have a deeper understanding of their customers and each other. Working from home and social distancing in the workplace has become the norm.
At Economic Development Collaborative, we understand that it’s a challenging time for everyone. Click here to access the free resource guide for your business that can help you take the next steps for your company.