With COVID-19 far from over and increasing case numbers in B.C., how do we decide to return to remote work? Read on to determine what’s right for your organization and how to make this decision. Our strategy includes research, overcoming human psychology, and design thinking.
Are you facing return to work decisions? Survey the situation! What do surveys have to do with returning to work as COVID-19 restrictions lighten: read on to find out. Keep an eye out for detailed tips and tricks as well as our free survey tool!Read More »Return to Work Decisions? Survey the Situation!
The BC government extended its normally 13-week temporary layoff period to 16 weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, these 16 weeks are coming to an end for many employers.
While many employers are expressing their concerns of potential bankruptcy to Labour Minister Harry Bains, it does not look like temporary layoffs will be extended.
Disclaimer: This document has been created based on professional experience by Envol Strategies and should NOT be considered as legal advice.
It is undeniable: COVID-19 has disrupted life as we know it. The novel coronavirus has, ironically, caused novel situations for leaders to navigate. First and foremost, we want you to know that you are not alone.
While many businesses have had to close down completely, essential businesses remain open to keep our communities going (and we are so grateful for it)!
In the construction industry, companies have been quickly pivoting to implement policies and procedures to keep construction sites safe. Employers are wading in deep waters with the challenge to keep workers safe during this unprecedented global pandemic.Read More »Keeping Construction Sites Safe During COVID-19
Over the past few weeks, remote layoffs have become more common than employers ever could have imagined. On a good day, layoffs are challenging. Right now, layoffs need to be done in large quantities, adhere to social distancing regulations, and take place during an economic downturn that already has many employees concerned for their family’s wellbeing.
Published: April 3, 2020.
Updated: April 8, 2020 (See bottom of post)
Many employers are relying on benefits like the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy to help get their business through the COVID-19 crisis. And with new information and changes being introduced each day, it can be hard to keep up.Read More »Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy: COVID-19 Resources
These continue to be challenging and unprecedented times for everyone. In the past 3 years, we have supported our clients with growth and through challenging times. But it has been nothing like the past week. In the past week, we have supported both our clients and our community through many tough business decisions. Despite all of the chaos, one thing we know for certain: Envol is here for you.