AE Works Business Continuity Plan and Updates on our COVID-19 Measures
In response to this evolving and complex public health crisis, AE Works has moved to an all remote environment as the next phase of our business continuity plan. It is our responsibility as citizens to do what we can to minimize the spread of this virus.
This is an unprecedented situation, but we’re built to keep going. We have a strong foundation that can continue to meet the expectations of our clients throughout the country. We are fully operational and will be working to meet your specified deadlines.
If you have new projects that need attention, let us know how we can help. Our full range of services remain available. Additionally, we have special expertise in workplace safety services to support your business continuity needs. We can help with business continuity plans, managing in a telework environment and other processes to help keep you operational.
Emergency Management Roundtable
“Emergency Management & Preparedness”
How can emergency management build more inclusive, collaborative and comprehensive plans to meet the needs of the communities they serve? This discussion shares strategies on how to assess risks and maintain continuity of operations before, during, and after crisis.
“Resiliency and Safety in the Workplace” Webinar Q&A Continued
Workplace Safety expert Herb Brychta, PSP, CISSP and Richard S. Citrin, Ph.D., MBA organizational psychologist and resiliency strategy, presented a discussion on managing and leading during the corona virus crisis with actionable ideas to maintain resiliency and safety in the workplace. The questions were great so we wanted to provide the Q&A here.
“Resiliency and Safety in the Workplace”
This webinar shares advice from AE Works workplace safety expert Herb Brychta and an organizational psychologist and resiliency strategist to mitigate current and future sources of business stress, proactively manage telework environments and communications and more.
New Workplace Safety blog post
What you can do right now before employees start having to miss work
This post is meant for the businesses and organizations that are still operating a physical space, although it can apply to a virtual work space. Communication and documentation of processes are important at all times, but even more so during a crisis such as we are facing. To keep employees safe and support continued work at an essential business operating on-site or a newly remote team, a few strategies are key.
Workplace Security Checklist
Key considerations for physical office, IT and virtual office security
Checklist of key security considerations for your physical office and virtual environment. Download here.
Medium Article: Keeping your Team Connected and Mission Driven While Apart
Tried and True Ideas for Topics from Professional Conversations to Resilience and Safety
Tools and practices businesses are using to keep workers and clients connected and mission-driven while they are apart.
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