It’s time to take care of your team.
Take care of them while working from home or in situations of higher risk in their jobs, and it’s also time to think about preparing them for a return to the new normal.
Companies are required by law to protect the health of workers in their psychosociological and ergonomic fields, in short, they must take care of the physical and emotional health of workers.
But even without having a law that obliges us, it is wise to take care of what sustains the company. Steps 1 through 6 focus you on D-Day by pressing the throttle pedal, starting to see your competitors through the rearview mirror.
You’re going to run a new business on D-Day, more relevant, more robust, more stimulating, better accompanied. But don’t forget the pit equipment. It’s no use speeding up if you don’t have any fuel left.
The human team, along with the economic resources, are the gasoline of your business.