Panic COVID-19: Stop, optimize, and continue business without interruption

Updated: Mar 11

Amid the panic of the COVID-19 outbreak, better known as the Coronavirus, educational institutions and businesses are moving to an online environment, once referred to as telework. The panic that has been induced by the close-quarter spreading virus, has pushed educational institutions to extend spring breaks and move classes online and has pushed businesses and organizations to a telework model. All of these measures have been taken or considered in hopes of stopping the spread of the virus. And while this hope is well intentioned, the long-term implications for these educational institutions, businesses, and organizations, may not have the best results if not done in a strategic and deliberate fashion with sufficient staffing to support the transition.

During these times of quick transition, it is helpful to have a team of experts that can help with a smooth plan of transition, including providing temporary training staffing to assist with the transformation. K. Cradley & Co. provides the strategy, training, and staffing to successfully transition your educational institution, business, or organization into a successful and profitable online environment.


If your institution, business, or organization is considering a DIY approach, use this telework checklist to determine what weaknesses you may have for transitioning.


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