Coronavirus (COVID-19) business continuity planning
These resources are for business leaders focused on addressing the potential impacts of COVID-19 on workplace and workforce performance.
How JLL can help
Most organizations have business continuity plans in place for responding to natural disasters such as floods, earthquakes, arson and terrorism. However, COVID-19 presents unique challenges for several reasons: it has no geographic center, its impact is dynamically shifting without regard to borders, and it spreads from human to human.
To keep employees safe and healthy and enable business continuity as the situation unfolds, many organizations are enacting or accelerating remote working programs to provide social isolation and limit exposure of human-to-human transmission of the infection.
JLL can help with workplace continuity planning efforts, including:
- Assessing your company’s remote work/workplace readiness
- Developing accelerated remote work programs at your company
- Creating workplace communications and implementing remote work programs
Additionally, our team can help align and support existing and revised enterprise business continuity planning and disaster recovery efforts.
COVID-19 business planning resources
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Talk to a JLL professional
Contact us to discuss how we can help support workplace continuity planning efforts and accelerate the development of remote work programs.
DISCLAIMER: JLL and our staff are not authorized or qualified to guide or influence you in the preparation of your own business continuity or preparations plans from a health and public policy perspective. While we are making efforts to ensure we are providing an up-to-date list of publicly available resources, all details on COVID-19, as well as health and public policy implications, should be addressed with the advice of an independent specialist.