How to Re-open Your Business

by Evil HR Lady on April 14, 2020

Working from home has saved the jobs of millions during this world-wide shut down, with 98 percent of companies implementing work at home, according to a survey by Challenger, Grey, and Christmas. But, that figure is misleading. Just because 98 percent of companies have people working from home now, doesn’t mean that 98 percent of people are working from home. 

The University of Chicago estimates that only 34 percent of jobs can be done in their entirety from home, which accounts for 44 percent of salaries. So, as we would expect, work at home jobs favor the well paid, but not to such an extreme as to obliterate the other jobs.

If you take a look at the jobless numbers--17 million people filing for unemployment in the past three weeks–it’s obvious that many, many people can’t work from home and aren’t considered essential workers.

If your business is one of these, and you’re chomping at the bit to re-open or bring your works back to full productivity, you need to be the first prepared. Here’s what you need to be doing now.

To keep reading, click here: How to Re-open Your Business

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