With Coronavirus on the Rise Workpuls Advises Employers How to Handle Emergency Work From Home Situations

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Workpuls Inc. is helping companies work from home in the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak.

As of yesterday, there have been more than 90,000 confirmed cases of the Coronavirus Disease worldwide, and so far more than 3,000 people have lost their lives. With every passing day more countries are confirming cases of COVID-19, and countries are preparing for the worst case scenario.

Companies like Google, IBM, PwC, and Coca-Cola are keeping employees at home in most affected areas, while others are stopping business travels, cancelling attendance at the conferences, and so on.

If a team has worked remotely before, then mandatory work from home will come easy to them. However, teams that are just now encountering this type of work are faced with a tough decision that could affect all of their processes. To help companies overcome this issue, Workpuls has created a work from home guide.

This extensive handbook tells employers everything they need to know about letting employees work from home. From best practices, pros and cons, tools they should use, as well as how to handle some of the key concerns related to remote teams.

Over the last five years, Workpuls has worked closely with some of the biggest global remote-first and remote friendly companies. During this time their team has gained vast knowledge of the struggles and challenges these companies face.

“Teams that never worked from home will probably have to do so now, and our aim is to help them get through this change as easily as possible.” said Ivan Petrovic, Workpuls CEO. “Which is why we felt that it is necessary to release a comprehensive guide which will be available to them.”

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Workpuls is an employee monitoring and time tracking software that helps teams increase productivity.

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Contact Info: Ivan Petrovic, CEO, +1 (415) 800 4284, ivan.petrovic@workpuls.com

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