COVID-19 Workforce Challenges & Tips

#1 - How to support your employees through remote working

The impact of COVID-19 is causing businesses concern about their workforce. Every business and industry sector is being impacted differently. Some organisations are able to have at least some of their employees working remotely. 

#2 - How to ensure business continuity

Amidst the economic disruption being faced due to the COVID-19 outbreak, businesses that can still operate are being challenged with how best to ensure business continuity.

#3 - Changing mindsets to limit loss of productivity

The underlying feeling of uncertainty and constant sense of unpredictability during these turbulent times may lead to periods of low productivity and demotivation. 

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#4 - Using this time to upskill your people

Throughout the current situation, it is clear that some down time or disruption to normal operating activity has occurred, leaving gaps of time for employees which can be better utilised. 

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#5 - Navigating the return to the workplace

Malta has commenced its coordinated return to a new normal with the partial relaxation of COVID-19 measures including the re-opening of some non-essential shops. As organisations are bringing their brick and mortar retail outlets back to life, others are considering whether to restart their workplace or continue working remotely.

We can help

Should you require any assistance in addressing any workforce challenges during these difficult times please contact us.

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Michel Ganado

Michel Ganado

Advisory Partner, PwC Malta

Tel: +356 2564 7091

Claudine Attard

Claudine Attard

Senior Manager, Advisory, PwC Malta

Tel: +356 2564 7026

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