At the consulate, they try to have less than 30 per cent of staff in the office. “As I live close by, I can either work from home or go to office, depending on the necessity or the number of colleagues who have to go in. I can also easily shift my working hours and go in when most colleagues are home,” he shares.
‘Part of our DNA’
What has changed for Brusselmans is the way in which he works. “Having very few physical meetings is rather unusual for a diplomat. It is part of our DNA to meet and bond with people so as to enrich and strengthen the relationship between our home country and our host country. Now we have to try to achieve the same objectives but in a quite a different way,” he shares.
Words Of Wisdom From CEO: Tips On Business Survival During Covid-19 Pandemic
The CEO Corner
Whether the pandemic ends within a month or two or stretches into the long-term, business owners need to be ready to adapt and make changes to their business strategy in order to weather the storm and beyond. Here are a few tips to start implementing and planning form the CEOs.