Our experts can help you to find the right balance between protecting people and contribute to the end of this pandemic.
We assist you to ensure a strong compliance with the regulation and guidelines from different sources (Government, Trade Unions, Associations…) while maintaining efficient and flexible business operations.
We help you to define appropriate measures in multiple areas (staff management, infrastructure, organisation & processes, internal rules, monitoring…), and we assist you on purchasing the adequate equipment to protect your staff and your company. We also help you to stay in line with the regulations issued by the key decision-makers (Occupational health, Labour laws, Trade Union guidelines, ASTF, CNPD, CSSF…) and ensure a regulatory watch for you on this critical topic.
We help you to review your IT infrastructure to ensure its adequate size to support homeworking. We help you to define appropriate cybersecurity measures to ensure a secure connection to company’s data from any device (laptop, smartphone…). We also help you to setup the working from home rules for your staff.
We help your HR team to understand and deal at best with specific conditions issued in this period such as Partial Unemployment and Leave for Family Reason (LFR). We also help you to manage the holidays of your staff in alignment with law requirements.
In one day, we propose to assess your current situation and provide you with a preliminary report presenting the recommendations and critical actions to take in order to ensure a safe and secure comeback to work for your staff.
We provide you with a dedicated part-time resource who will act as your COVID-19 manager. This resource will be in charge of the coordination of all the actions that have to be taken concerning the COVID-19.
Following the recommendations issued in the preliminary report, we propose you to provide specific experts depending on the fields you have to address. Those experts will take actions for you upon request.
We can support you to manage many of the impacts of COVID-19 on your business. Contact our experts for free advice on what do you need to drive your business forward.
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