JERSEY CORONAVIRUS BUSINESS CONTINUITY CHECKLIST – act now
The Jersey Gov have issued the following useful CORONAVIRUS BUSINESS CONTINUITY CHECKLIST
Two important checks about face to face meetings are:-
- As a general approach to reducing the spread of the infection across the island, assess your business needs for continued face to face contact with your customers/suppliers and consider plans to modify the frequency and/or type of face-to-face contact (e.g. video or tele-conferencing instead of travelling to meetings) among employees and between employees and customers. Whilst there is no intention to restrict domestic travel, the Government is likely to advise against non-essential travel, and this should be taken into account in planning.
- Consider whether enhanced communications and information technology infrastructures are needed to support employees working from home, teleconferencing instead of face to face meetings and remote customer access.
The general site is found here - https://www.gov.je/Health/Coronavirus/Pages/CoronavirusBusinessAdvice.aspx
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