The Ultimate Small Business Work From Home Guide

America’s workforce goes remote



According to a 2019 survey, 81% of onsite workers thought that the ability to work remotely would make them happier. Happiness aside, however, small businesses now must figure out how to make these work-from-home dreams a reality—and on a severely condensed timeline—in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

With 45 states to date issuing stay-at-home orders in response to the COVID-19 crisis, more of America’s workforce is working remotely than ever before. But what do you do if remote work capabilities weren't part of your company’s DNA before the current public health emergency?

While you work through the financial impact that the current economic uncertainty has on your business and the small business relief programs that are available, you’ll still need to keep your virtual doors open and your team productive even when your physical doors may be closed.

These tips can help your small business quickly establish work-from-home protocols, especially if your company has never operated remotely. You'll find communication best practices, tools for staying connected and tech to help keep your business moving through the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.

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Source: FORBES

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