Coronavirus Disaster Recovery Plan- A Guide for Remote Workers

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Novel Coronavirus : Disaster Preparedness Plan

On 30 January 2020, the Director-General of WHO declared the 2019‑nCoV outbreak a public health emergency of international concern.

Since the first cases were reported, WHO and its partners have been working with authorities and global experts to learn more about the virus, including how it is transmitted, the populations most at risk, the spectrum of clinical disease, and the most effective ways to detect, interrupt, and contain human-to-human transmission.

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Emergency Preparedness For businesses:

How to handle all this disruption by adopting a remote work policy

1. Communicate with staff:

Staff and employees should be instructed to stay at home and avoid travel plans and transport links between populated areas. The best way to prevent the virus from spreading is social distancing– Maintain at least 1-meter distance between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing. Businesses should be open to hearing out their employees on ideas to work efficiently from home.

2. Create a disaster preparedness policy:

Procedures around remote work need to be put in place with clear guidelines and instruction manuals. Also using the right tools for remote work is essential; communication and collaboration are key and employees need to be kept updated at all times about safety and health.

3. Invest in work-from-home technology:

Companies and organizations need to invest in work from home technology ranging from productivity tools, remote monitoring, data protection or security.

Remotedesk, the world’s most advanced AI-based remote workforce management solution for work-at-home compliance and security is offering 10,000 free licenses to Coronavirus hit businesses. 

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Remotedesk’s elegant and simple AI technology securely monitors teleworkers while providing clear transparency, accountability, work-at-home policy compliance, and risk management for outsourcing initiatives. It also doubles as a business continuity management software that prevents malicious insider breaches and delivers a “Clean Desk” environment to facilitate remote work. Remotedesk is powered by Verificient Technologies, Inc., which specializes in continuous identity verification through the use of its patented AI.

Remotedesk, the world’s most advanced AI-based remote workforce management solution for work-at-home compliance and security is offering 10,000 free licenses to Coronavirus hit businesses

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