Resource Roundup: Managing frequent change
Each week, we’re rounding up a list of valuable and inspiring industry content to keep you informed, empowered and motivated for future success.
Today, we’re bringing you content regarding low-risk work environments, dealing with the uncertainty of today’s environment, crisis communication and more.
- Read about why open workspaces like construction sites and warehouses are lower-risk environments for the spread of COVID-19 in this article from Construction Dive.
- See this Construction Dive article to reference how small and large construction companies are dealing with the uncertainty of our current environment.
- With projects being put on hold, Construction Dive has provided a couple ways you can make the most of your time and prepare for when things get back to normal.
- Watch this video and hear about how Brad Leavitt, a Buildertrend customer, and his team are ensuring safe practices on job sites.
- To ensure you’re meeting all of the necessary requirements and suggested guidelines during this time, check out these best practices provided by Gusto.
- Effectively communicate to your team and clients during the COVID-19 crisis with these 10 crisis communication tips from Mainebiz.
- Make sure you’re covering all your bases when it comes to ongoing building projects. Use these tips from Ogletree Deakins to ensure you’re taking all the necessary precautions.
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