How Businesses Should Handle the Coronavirus. Business of all sizes across the world are being impacted by the spread of coronavirus COVID-19. The influence the coronavirus is having on global travel, commerce, trade, and investment is immense and greatly affecting the world’s economy. As a local small business owner, you may think your business is immune to these effects, but it most likely isn’t.
One of our TAG Board Members, Fred Moore of Moore Computing was supposed to go to a trade show in a few weeks, but it was canceled due to concerns about the coronavirus. This may seem minor, but it serves as an example of how local businesses are further being affected by the spread of the virus.
This got Fred’s attention and made him consider the true impact the coronavirus might have for not just his business, but his IT Services clients.
How Businesses Should Handle the Coronavirus.
Fred tells us:
In the past few days, the CDC updated its guidance for businesses about the COVID-19. Click here to read the guidance yourself. Beyond the items mentioned in the CDC guidance, we wanted to suggest a few other steps that you should take inside of your business to prepare for a possible pandemic:
As we all hope for the best it’s also important to prepare for the worst. Thanks again to Fred for all of his insight.