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Human Resource Management during the Covid-19 Pandemic

The health and safety of employees should be prioritized during the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Below are some advices from us that may assist you in managing your personnel through this challenging period.



1. Ensure effective and regular communication

Set goals for regular communication and establish methods for conveying and disseminating essential business information.


To achieve these objectives, business leadership should maintain transparency with employees, along with clear direction, plans, and thorough preparation.


2. Create favorable conditions for connectivity

Establish a comfortable communication channel that bridges the gap between remote employees and those working in the office or on business trips. Continuously encourage everyone to give their best at work and identify the challenges employees may face during this period.

3. Utilize technology

Ensure that employees are equipped with the necessary devices and technology applications to effectively carry out their work from home.


Always use technological advancements for comfortable connectivity, communication, and access to information on time.


4. Encourage health maintenance

Maintaining good health during this time is of utmost importance. Finding new ways to improve health will help strengthen resilience in individuals and the collaboration of employees as a whole.


Ensure that all your employees have access to advice on both work-related and personal health matters.


5. Prioritize monitoring when necessary

Social distancing and self-isolation mean to employees adapting to new work methods.


Managers should maintain regular communication, engage with employees, and be ready to provide support when needed.


6. Recognize creativity and innovation

Difficult times can help business discover untapped potential.


Encourage every employee to capture new ideas, approaches, and innovative solutions that can be applied and developed in the future.


Human resource and contingency planning.


Protect the workforce.


Understand employee rights.


Ensure that the business comprehends its legal obligations and contracts, anticipating potential real-world impacts on the business.


Stay updated on the latest government directives. Seek expert advice to address the current global crisis.


Maintain operations and positive employee relationships while ensuring long-term resilience. Planning for the future is essential for business stability in the near future.


Conduct regular assessments of human resource impact

Frequently gather necessary date related to human resources, including available resources, utilization levels, required skills, knowledge, and experience, as well as the ability to access emergency reserves and leadership development plans in case of serious incidents.

Capturing and continuously updating information allows business to plan and respond to changes in business needs.


Always be prepared to swiftly mobilize resources to ensure uninterrupted business operations,

Restructure the workforce when necessary.


Hope for the best, prepare for the worst

When planning crisis management and contingency plans, businesses should consider step-by-step scenarios for the worst-case situation and pay attention to critical indicators such as staffing levels, customer needs, cash flow, etc., to determine the next course of action.


Consider temporary measures such as staff reductions, reduced working hours, pay cuts for non-essential employees, or mandatory leaves.


Stay updated on government policies, such as sick leave regulations, job retention programs, and seek advice from experts when necessary. Don't be afraid of tough decisions like restructuring and downsizing to avoid resource surplus.


In cases where a business cannot sustain its operations independently, options like business subsidies or loans become necessary.


Maintain an agile workforce.


Plan - Execute - Evaluate - Repeat

The working environment is changing daily on a global scale, and what is suitable today may not be suitable tomorrow.


Maintaining agility is essential for survival, which requires businesses and employees to continually enhance their knowledge, respond to unexpected external pressures, and devise innovative plans.


The ability to cooperate and the leadership vision are key to providing guidance and fostering flexible and responsive reactions.


Regular assessments are crucial when there are changes.


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