Cabinet recently approved the submission to Parliament of the Cannabis for Private Purposes Bill of 2020.
Employers are advised to handle this process with care, ensuring employee mental health and taking note of what returning to work will actually mean for the business and its employees.
One trend that has emerged from the lockdown is a resurgence in demand for home office print and scan solutions.
Keeping track of billable items can be a nightmare when your workforce is remote, says Nashua.
Companies that had never previously contemplated an online presence have had to embrace the virtual world.
Market conditions and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic necessitate a rethink of the role of accounting systems, says Carel Smit, financial systems manager at Gen2 Group.
Digitalisation demands the continuous, fast supply of dedicated IT processing.
The entire world has moved to an online environment and we need to skill ourselves to survive in it, says Sharon Oosterberg, business development manager at CTU Training Solutions.
Remote monitoring and management of IT systems holds advantages for the business and the user alike, says Nashua.
The cloud has a vital role to play in increasing the world’s level of ‘connectedness’, critical when it comes to battling a global pandemic.
Accurate insight into the business’s finances is essential for compliance and vital to make better decisions in a complex world.
Standard low-touch measures companies can deploy include online signatures for the remote approval of documents and using facial recognition instead of fingerprint access.