Remote Work and Your Business


With the arrival of February 2020 and the COVID-19 disease caused by the novel coronavirus, however, remote work capabilities went from “nice to have” to “absolutely necessary.”Under threat of infection, and in many cases by force of law, businesses were required to shut down unless remote work was an option. For businesses that didn’t have such an option, disaster struck: no work could be done at all. For those who did, some work could carry on. The legacy of COVID-19 will likely take years to fully work out, but it has made one thing perfectly clear: making provisions for remote work will ensure continuity of business – even in the worst times.