Trading Floor Business Continuity Strategies Will Require Investments Beyond Resiliency and Redundancy

Guest Post By: Ryann Menges, PE, ESD

Business continuity plans have been tested during the pandemic, providing an opportunity to evaluate current workplace designs and operations standards to support traders’ health. There are several programming, design and operation strategies modern trading firms can implement to keep their traders trading.

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Work From Home, Permanently?

Many of us are tired of looking at our kitchen tables, or dogs, maybe even our children and partners 24/7.

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The Good News Is The Office Won’t Change. That’s The Bad News, Too.

Jason Gay has a humorous take in  The Wall Street Journal, on what life will be like when we return. His take is that we can socially distance, put markers on the floor, even go to work in bubbles but some parts of humanity you just can’t change. 

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Five Steps to the “New Normal”: Actions companies should be taking now to prepare for workforce reentry

Guest Blog By Ross Forman, Managing Director, BDO

On April 13, The Wall Street Journal noted that for American businesses large and small, “the re-emergence over the coming weeks and months will be fitful, fragile and partial.”

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Working will never be the same again after COVID-19

Guest blog, by Claire Crompton, Managing Director and Co-Founder of The Audit Lab

What strange times we live in.

How many times have you heard that in the past three weeks? But it’s true. Our everyday lives have been turned upside down. And one of the biggest upheavals has been felt in the business world.

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What Healthcare Construction Teaches Us About Keeping Construction Safe and Healthy Amidst COVID-19

Guest blog by Jeff Janicek, Vice President and Partner, Skender

As construction work has been deemed essential work in many states, it’s fortunate that site safety has always taken precedence in the industry, particularly for those of us who specialize in healthcare construction.

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Leveraging Technology to Offset COVID-19 Challenges

Guest post by Pranav Tyagi, Founder and CEO, Tango

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted business as we know it, requiring the majority of organizations across the nation to adopt remote work models. And although there is talk amongst governors in various states to begin planning for a gradual ease of restrictions, including reopening businesses, a full return to normal could still be weeks, if not months, away.

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Returning to the office after the Covid-19 Crisis

Insight from Applied Psychology and the Pulse of Employees

Guest blog by Cynthia Milota, Director, Workplace Strategy Ware Malcomb and Dr. Sally Augustin, Design with Science

As unprecedented disruption and change ripple across the business landscape due to the global Covid- 19 pandemic, what are the impacts on the future state of workplace? Corporate America sending their workforces home during the shelter in place orders has tested the limits of technology and social networks. Now that employees are improvising at home, settled in for an unknown time period, employers are contemplating whats next. There is much speculation on what the post Covid workplaces will look like, when and how employees will be asked to return, how workplaces will be operated, cleaned, managed and what new protocols will be instituted.

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The Return To Work

A new Forbes article references CoreNet Global’s survey results on the return to work at the office as we continue to monitor, track and inform. And we found a story on the CBS television program 60 Minutes about the return to work on the manufacturing side interesting, too.

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Supporting the Recovery: Government Programs and Incentives for Businesses

Guest Blog by Jason Hickey, President & CEO, HICKEY

In every corner of the world, we’re facing a crisis which is unparalleled in modern history.  The impacts on the way we live, work, and play will be felt throughout society for years to come.  Same goes with the wider economy, which has created an uncertain future for business, let alone the immediate shattering effect we’re already feeling.

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Earth Day In a Pandemic

The skies above are clear again, but it’s not automatically happy days for those who study global warming.

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COVID-19 Peer Discussion: Questions You May Have

CoreNet Global has been hosting virtual education in real time via our COVID resource site. In case you missed it, here is a recent Q&A highlight on coronavirus-related topics that corporate real estate professionals are wrestling with and solving

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