Most businesses still have some form of remote work arrangements even as coronavirus restrictions ease. InnReg built remote work into its operating model from the very beginning. Here are seven lessons you can use to conduct remote operations as smoothly as possible. Contact us for a FREE review of your current situation.
Seven Lessons on Keeping Remote Operations Compliant
The coronavirus crisis is continuing to unfold, resulting in both mandatory and voluntary changes to the ways in which we all do business. Compliance is a business-critical function for all regulated entities. Even in an adverse situation, corporate officers remain liable for business continuity and compliance with all relevant regulations. Therefore, it is essential to respond to the operational impact of stay-at-home decisions that are made today as well as any additional restrictions mandated by authorities. It is also important to be mindful of the impacts of potential employee sick time and, unfortunately, even the potential of employee deaths.
Lessons from the Remote Working Experts
Based on InnReg's experience with designing, implementing, and running compliance programs that include remote resources, we'd like to share some guidance to help you ensure smooth compliance operations in these challenging times.
Make Plans and Seek the Right Resources
Although your business cannot control the pandemic or its impacts on your business, you can control the way you approach it. When it comes to compliance or any other mission-critical business function, the better your plans, the more calmly you can react, and the more confident you can be in successfully managing the impact of any disruption.
Moreover, there are resources that can help. InnReg is one of those resources. If you have any questions about your current compliance capabilities or how to adjust to further coronavirus scenarios, please reach out.