Last week, Slovenia, too, stepped into a state of crisis with harsh governmental measures, which in the history of our republic, can only be compared to the events of the early 1990s.

At a time when we, as individuals, are more actively caring for our own health and the health of our loved ones, companies face the problem of how to do business with minimal loss of efficiency. Where the nature of the work enables employees to do their work from home, business owners must implement processes and take advantage of the opportunities available to enable employees to work safely.

There is an old saying »When in trouble you meet real friends« and in this critical times, we could easily convert this saying into world of business in a way »When in trouble you meet real partners«.

The current pandemic is a threat to business operations we have never previously considered. Even if this pandemic does not represent a worst possible scenario in which lives are at risk, we should at least consider taking time off work. This will certainly occur in the event of a pandemic influenza. Most probably, after the pandemic is over, the vast majority of employees will return to work. Organizing the business workflow in the absence of employees is certainly a challenge.

 

We have prepared some guidelines to help each organization make arrangements to at least roughly and quickly organize and prepare for a crisis situation.

 

We recommend reviewing the guidelines listed below.

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