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Having employees work from home is nothing new, but the rapid increase in the number of employees now being asked to work from home is. View or listen to our short webcast “Staying Safe and Maximizing Productivity During the Coronavirus Crisis” to hear best practices on managing employees remotely and helping them to work from home safely and productively.
How are you preparing your business to face these uncertain times?
With so many questions about what will happen in the broader economy, it's crucial to understand what your business needs to focus on now and what will make it strong enough to rebound. To that end, we developed an assessment to help you think through what you should prioritize, and to provide you with expert advice on how to endure through what lies ahead.
This is a 15-minute assessment. Within a day, you will receive a report on your responses, a list of your biggest priorities, how your responses compare to similar companies, and an offer for a consultation on the areas of most concern.
As we continue to push through the uncertainty surrounding what is becoming the “newer normal” with COVID-19, our thoughts remain with you, your families, and friends.
Preparation is oftentimes the difference between success and failure. As we come to the close of the first quarter of 2020, one thing is certain – now is the time to go back to basics and ensure we are as prepared as we can be to survive and thrive in any outcome.
The partners and professionals at Citrin Cooperman are trained to help. To that end, we have constructed the COVID-19 Response Unit for you to leverage as a resource center. Click here to enter.
Citrin Cooperman’s Business Advisory Solutions Approach ensures our professionals' primary focus stays where it counts. Read more.
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