Navigating the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic

Scaling / March 12, 2020 / Kristie

With the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic there is a lot of uncertainty and concern in the community. We are monitoring the situation closely to ensure your service is not interrupted.

navigating the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic

Continuing our service to our customers and the safety of our employees, customers, partners, and all those being impacted globally by COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is our top priority.

As a remote-first company, there’s been little impact to our business operations and we do not foresee any service interruptions as a result.

We care about the health of our customers, employees, and partners and want what’s best for everyone during this stressful time. We encourage you to follow guidance from the World Health Organization, such as staying home if you’re sick, washing your hands frequently, and taking steps to keep your immune system strong and healthy.

Working remotely

To help ensure the safety of employees, many companies are mandating that their employees work from home. For many companies, working remotely is new and is now creating some challenges, such as maintaining communication, facilitating effective collaboration, maintaining productivity, and managing feelings of isolation.

As a company that’s worked remotely for quite some time, we’ve shared our experience about making the transition to remote and how we’ve navigated the challenges and changes of working from home. Check out our blog Top 10 Tips for Working From Home.

One Response to “Navigating the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic”

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