ZAMBOANGA CITY– The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how we live and work. Today’s normal for business includes remote work (i.e. work from home, teleworking, teleconferencing), disrupted supply chain, promoted online transactions, reduced physical interaction and workplace occupancy.
Enterprises are rethinking the fitness of their business continuity plans to mitigate the unprecedented COVID-related disruptions. Workplace safety and health are the core of Business Continuity Plans (BCPs) necessitating business configuration and implementation of protocols to mitigate business disruption and enable productivity.
As NWPC continues to execute its mandated to promote productivity, it is our prime responsibility to help enterprises to understand and manage the “new normal” particularly workforce productivity within the frame of their Business Continuity Plans (BCPs).
RTWPB 9 Board Secretary Joel M. Ijirani said that the NWPC has already concluded Series 1 which focused on Business Continuity in Times of Disruption last May 28, 2020. Hence, for Series 2, a food manufacturing company will share its experience in rolling out its BCP as it transition from disruption to recovery.
The resource speaker will also discuss the changes in their systems and processes and the impact to their operations, including HR strategies they undertook to generate support and cooperation of the workforce and tap their productivity.
“Thus, we are inviting your business establishment to join and REGISTER NOW on the scheduled ZOOM Webinar: BCP @ Work: Challenges and Lessons Learned, slated this Friday, June 26, 2020 at 10:00-11:30 A.M,” Board Secretary Ijirani said. END/With reports from Era Jelle Lozano, LEO-III, RTWPB9