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COVID-19: Transitioning to the new normal
As organisations worldwide have starting invoking return-to-work plans, many people stand on the sidelines wondering what this ‘new normal’ will be like. This paper walks the reader through the various phases of transition to this new normal. It explores the options that organisations can take to safeguard their employees while trying to create a safe, comfortable and caring environment for their returning employees. The paper also highlights the various procedures, protocols and processes that organisations can put in place to ensure the transition process goes as smoothly as possible.
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Cary Jasgur is a consulting manager with the Mazars USA organisational resiliency practice. He has over 25 years of experience in organisational resilience, business continuity, disaster recovery, emergency management, crisis management, incident management, certification and accreditation, risk management and mitigation, continuity of operations and information systems security. Cary is well versed in the NIST Special Publications relating to various information systems, and has managed disaster events both within the USA and globally. He holds a bachelor of science degree in technical management and master of science degrees in project management and organisational leadership. He is also a Certified Business Continuity Professional, Member of the Business Continuity Institute, and Project Management Professional.
CitationJasgur, Cary (2021, March 1). COVID-19: Transitioning to the new normal. In the Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning, Volume 14, Issue 3.