8 Steps to Build Your Effective Business Recovery Team
In order to play it safe, several tech companies like Facebook and Google announced back in May that their work from home policies would extend to at least 2021. Twitter, in particular, took things one step further by allowing its staff to work from home ‘indefinitely’. These make for interesting headlines but the reality is, most businesses will not be as productive operating completely remotely. As cities and countries begin to reopen, so have businesses around the world. The focus remains profit-driven while preparing for recovery. This has raised brand new challenges, particularly from a hiring manager’s point of view. Aside from building a qualified team, how do you make sure that they are primed for business recovery? And after months away from the office, how do you keep them engaged for those next business hurdles? And remember, even before recovery comes and the talent market becomes fierce once more, talent retention, nurturing and avoiding losing top talent to poaching will be significant challenges for hiring managers. With this in mind, here are 8 steps to build an effective business recovery team.