When the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES) Act was passed in March, the Small Business Administration (SBA) was suddenly in charge of ten times the amount of usual funds to distribute to small businesses.
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What do employers and their procurement staff do if they need to purchase accessible technology tools to support remote work and digital communication? How do they know they are procuring accessible technology that can be used effectively from employees’ homes?
How can you adapt your hiring practices to accommodate working remotely?
Now, more than ever, government leaders and essential personnel need to find a way to relieve stress when work follows you everywhere you go.
As more employees are required to work from home, agencies are realizing a quick, telework fix is not enough. Agencies need defined strategies to work done in a virtual environment.
This is my second week working from home due to COVID-19. I would like to discuss four challenges I have faced and how I have faced them head-on.
Here are four tips for public sector leaders who find themselves restricted to remote communication with their project teams during this outbreak.
It’s more important than ever to make sure presentations are accessible—allowing all participants, particularly people with disabilities, to effectively engage with the content being delivered. For that reason, I’m equipping you with seven steps and resources to help you create accessible presentations.
The rapid, forced shift to remote onboarding is going to stretch even the most forward-leaning and resilient organizations. But, with a few simple practices and the right attitude, you can capture the opportunity to radically reinvent the way you bring new people on to the job.
Agencies need to consider how their continuity of operations (COOP) plans can enable the entirety of their workforce to work remotely and securely.