Business resilience has probably never been brought into such sharp relief as it has been by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Businesses in virtually all sectors and across much of the world have found that they have been unable to have staff in their offices as normal or have had to reduce the number of staff in their offices at any one time.
At the same time, the prevalence of Covid-19 itself and self-isolation requirements for people who have potentially been exposed to it mean many firms have seen significant numbers of staff needing to stay at home. And while many will have been able to work from home, that is not necessarily true for all staff.
Throughout 2020, our teams have been helping our clients keep their businesses running as close to normal as possible.
However, a global pandemic is not the only situation that can threaten business resilience and, until earlier this year, it would likely have been a fair distance down anyone’s list of threats to business continuity.
Floods, fires, heavy snow, crime scenes or incidents outside the office, power outages, and computer or connectivity problems could all threaten your business continuity.
Our experienced team can help in several ways should your business be affected by a continuity issue, including handling accounts and bookkeeping work to enable you to focus on getting your business back up and running or stepping in to help you meet deadlines.
Our flexible pay-as-you-go contract options mean you only need to pay for the support you require should a continuity issue affect your business.
To find out more about how GI Outsourcing can help you safeguard your business resilience, please contact us today.