The COVID-19 outbreak has caused chaos across every tier of organizations, a situation I’d argue hasn’t been observed since 9/11. During these unusual times, many businesses have scrambled to reorganize plans at the last minute. As leaders set up remote workforces, schedule immediate calls with clients and customers, and refocus the budget, they can quickly lose focus.
Merely seeing the word in print can get the heart beating faster and the palms sweating as we think about all the things in our life that cause us stress. Our families, our next visit to the doctors, and certainly our work life. With the Covid-19 pandemic sweeping the globe and many being forced to work from home, finding ways to de-stress and cope in uncertain times is paramount.
COVID-19 pandemic is changing our lives. People are concerned, and with that concern comes a desire for information, safety and support. Organized crime groups are exploiting the fear, uncertainty and doubt which COVID-19 brings to target individuals and businesses in a variety of ways.
When done right, it can be a viable alternative during the COVID-19 outbreak
As a division of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is deeply invested in researching trends surrounding the well-being of workers nationwide.
As the Coronavirus sweeps across the globe, companies are wondering how to keep workplaces—not just individuals—safe from the disease. Read OSHA’s recommendations here.