The new reality of a post pandemic world for business has meant many traditional practices and routines required innovative and quick restructuring to successfully adapt to a world turned on its head.
The Covid-19 pandemic provided businesses with a clean slate when it came to reassessing their strengths and weaknesses and how such a large-scale global shift could actually hold a positive impact.
In this article we’re tapping into how businesses can build themselves back up by implementing key practices.
Ways to adapt as you reemerge post-COVID
Find the balance
Find the balance between your old world systems and new world systems for maximum success. Winning business owners and leaders alike have adapted and found a way to merge what worked before and what works now.
Keep quality assurance front of mind
Quality assurance across the board is vital in a business’s day to day running, and putting solid practices into place can help your business flourish.
Encourage systems or sets of principles around how to use software and how to operate day to day. Whatever your task, ensure that you know how your business is supposed to run, so that procedures can lead your new future.
Encourage continuous learning
Clear training and communication can be the make or break of a business. The pandemic highlighted and solidified just how powerful technology and the digital world is, and companies such as Beakon can provide businesses with the tools to freshen their staff training.
Some of the key software you can use to achieve this includes:
Visitor Management Systems
Post-Covid, we all know how important it is to keep a record of who has visited your site. Workplace safety, compliance and risk management must involve visitor management systems that can track who has entered and left your site.
Over the past few years offices have transitioned into work from home environments, making signing visitor forms a redundant practice. But with people back in the office and on sites, signing visitors back in is essential.
Permit’s To Work
The unpredictability of a work from home environment meant products such as Beakon’s Permit to Work simplified the process of signing off workers when only authorised professionals were permitted on site.
As we relaunch into in-person working environments, the need for permits to work that are purposeful across smartphones, tablets and PC’S means Beakon’s permit to work is ideal.
E-learning for training allows companies to onboard new employees and have them trained adequately remotely. A recent poll suggested that 48% of those surveyed wished to continue working remotely, so businesses have to make constant learning much more accessible.
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