Before you give the green light to your employees for remote work, make sure your business is ready.
This checklist will help your business prepare for remote workers with helpful tips for getting ready to release employees into the world of remote work.
This list includes considerations for your business, your employees, your leadership and management teams, communications channels, maintaining network security, and more.
You’ve got enough to think about; let our Remote Workforce Checklist help you stay organized.
“Small businesses will be the hardest hit. No work means no salaries paid, and no salaries paid means no income for employees. Small to medium-sized businesses should consider all scenarios and consider their business continuity options, including remote work capabilities whenever possible.”
Mike Fowler, President - Iconic IT
IT Iconic IT provides the technology services small to medium-sized businesses need to survive and thrive.
We currently serve locations in the Dallas Fort Worth area, Wichita Kansas and the surrounding community, Buffalo and Rochester New York, Bonita Springs, Florida, and Denver, Colorado. We have always stayed true to our small town, friendly feel despite our widening national reach. We prefer to make connections and partnerships with our owners and operators; you are never “just another customer” to Iconic IT.