Globally, there has been 1.5 billion people who have been ordered to work from home due to the coronavirus pandemic. Many executives and managers are finding that managing remote workers blindly is is like conducting an orchestra without seeing or hearing the musicians. One company, TransparentBusiness, provides the solution that will allow a business to remain productive and profitable, while protecting their employees from the virus risks.
The peak of the pandemic in 2020 saw millions of people working from home, not because they wanted to do it, but because the COVID-19 pandemic forced the government to enforce measures to curb the spread of the virus. While it was difficult for some employees to adapt to the new working arrangement, others have enjoyed working from home, and some are even willing to quit their jobs than go back to their offices and work full time.
Small business confidence dipped during May, reports Reuters. U.S. small-business confidence edged down in May as worries about high inflation persisted, according to a survey on Tuesday, which also showed demand for labor remained strong despite rising interest rates and tighter financial conditions.
In the midst of escalating international conflicts, cybersecurity experts and government officials are reiterating the importance of a strong cybersecurity posture for all organizations. Now is the time to reexamine any organization’s ability to act upon its cybersecurity and incident response plans.
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