As the virus continues to spread around the world, big and small companies are trying to keep their organizations afloat. The coronavirus outbreak has taken us by surprise.
Here are three tips for helping your HR managers to keep your business afloat during this pandemic.
Storing your data in the cloud. All your employee data should be stored in the cloud and not in a device in your office. As long as you have an internet connection, you and your employees should have the access to important information anywhere using any device.
Create employee shifts and schedules. Employees are worried about their health, safety, etc. There’s a lot of uncertainty around and people are living in fear. All these can affect your employees’ work productively. This is why facing a pandemic like coronavirus is very stressful.
Creating employees’ shifts and schedules will elevate work productively. Everything is updated in real-time so everybody knows what’s up in a moment’s notice.
Tracking employee time.Tracking the time an employee spent working, is challenging, but tracking remote working is even harder. HR can provide digital timesheet. This timesheet, is where your employee can record the amount of time he has spent on a project. If your employee is away, the timesheets will automatically show this.