With Coronavirus still continuing to spread across the world, the last thing a company would want is for an infected employee to turn up to work.

That not only hurts the sick employee who has had to stress him/herself out to get to work, but also their colleagues, as well as everyone and everything they encounter and touch on the way.

Here’s a handy guide on best practices companies and human resources departments should follow to help their employees stay healthy and infection-free.

APAC leader of PeopleStrong, and veteran HR practitioner Adrian Tan said:

“If the company is results-driven, whether the employee works from home or in the office should not matter as long as the work is being delivered,

“Given the developments in technology today, there is a suite of solutions for companies to use such that meetings, discussions and day-to-day work can go on per normal,” added Tan.

Rihanna’s Charity Foundation Donates $5 Million for Global Coronavirus Relief Efforts

NEVER has it been more important or urgent to protect and prepare marginalized and undeserved communities— who are hardest hit by the pandemic.

Rihanna is the latest celebrity doing her part to help combat coronavirus. The singer’s charity organization, the Clara Lionel Foundation, has donated US$5 million to support the global fight against the pandemic.

The donation will also benefit organizations such as Feeding America, Direct Relief, Partners in Health, the International Rescue Committee, and the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.