Coronavirus Pandemic: Get Ready for Remote Work!

Coronavirus Pandemic Get Ready for Remote Work!
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A pandemic is the worldwide spread of a new disease. The Coronavirus is spreading like fire and has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). As of today, it has spread to more than 123 nations with 126,380 confirmed cases and 4,634 deaths. Certainly, coronavirus has started engulfing the human population like a pest problem.



Also read: What HR can do to handle the fear of ‘COVID-19’ at the workplace?



Stepping out of the home at such a time can prove lethal. Work & business can suffer the most at such times. Maintaining a work-life balance in such a scenario becomes a challenging priority. This is where working remotely or work from home (WFH) comes into the picture. WFH is not a new concept; today, you don’t need to travel to your workplace and just work from your laptop or desktop at home. WFH stands out to be the best solutions for system-based jobs at this time.


However, let’s not forget it is important for every organization to record the employee’s working hours. But, how can the organization record the working hours when the employee is on the go or working from home (wfh)? An attendance management software makes it possible. An attendance management software helps keep a record of the working time of the employee while on-the-go.


Lastly, when you have a solution to stay safe from coronavirus & work simultaneously, it is a win-win situation for both- the employee and the employer!  Here are some essential precautions you should take to avoid & stay away from coronavirus:


  • Eyes, nose and mouth are the prime openings for this virus to get inside your body easily through your hands. Avoid Touching Eyes, Nose & Mouth!
  • Washing your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or a soap would help clean all the virus & bacteria on the hand instantly.
  • Make sure you cover your mouth while travelling, cover your mouth while sneezing, and ensure everyone around you is following the same.
  • Social distancing is necessary specifically while travelling in public transports. Wash hands after travelling.
  • In case of fever, cough or difficulty in breathing, visit the nearest medical practitioner immediately. Follow the directions of your local health authority.


Disclaimer: Pocket HRMS and our writers do not claim any cure or precaution. The ways discussed above in the article do not claim to be the only solution for enterprises and individuals. Please do follow govt. and WHO guidelines for precautionary measures.


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