- 27 March 2020 14:04
10 tips for small businesses wanting to work from home
ACS, the association for IT professionals, recently released its top ten tips for small businesses wanting to work from home.
Social distancing is a key strategy to flattening the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) infection trend, limiting the potential for the virus to spread so that the most vulnerable in our communities have the best access to Australia’s world leading health system.
The fact sheet contains 10 tips for businesses that do not have a history of working from home with the basic steps required to maximise working from home arrangements over a three-month timeline.
ACS President Dr Ian Oppermann said “Following the meeting of the National Cabinet earlier this week, the advice has been unequivocal – businesses are strongly encouraged to work from home where you can do that.”
“Public health must be our primary objective in combating COVID-19. The secondary objective after must be keeping the economy strong and consequently to save jobs. Any loss of skills, capacity or capability from the Australian economy will lead to a slowdown coming out of the current economic volatility, and that will impact living standards. We wanted to play our part by enabling small business to prioritise health, and keep their businesses going in unprecedented times.”
The fact sheet covers sharing your business plans and approach to minimising COVID-19 risk with your customers, documenting your chain of command, prioritising load testing your network this week for remote access, solutions to ramp up internet bandwidth at a team member’s home, collaboration tools to maximise efficiency working remotely, cyber security hygiene, and backup plans.
The fact sheet is available on the ACS website www.acs.org.au
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