FUNCTIONING IN THE AGE OF COVID-19 – RESOURCES FOR BUSINESS
COVID-19 will be a reality for our foreseeable future. To successfully operate under these new conditions, we need to innovate, rapidly adjust and adopt new ways of working, interacting and taking care of each other. On Tuesday, Business for South Africa hosted a webinar on “Functioning in the age of COVID-19”, with Anglo American and the Return to Work initiative.
During the webcast, Nolitha Fakude, Chairperson of Anglo American’s Management Board in South Africa, Dr Charles Mbekeni, Lead for Health for Anglo American in South Africa, and Tanya Cohen on behalf of Return2Work and Citizens in Solidarity shared leadership lessons and practical tips on how business can adapt and respond to support the lives and livelihoods of employees and communities. We also shared information about resources and tools that can be used by business of all sizes.
To access the presentations and resources mentioned on the call, please follow the links:
To learn more about the Anglo American’s holistic response to Covid-19 please go their website.
Please, download, use and share these materials widely with colleagues who weren’t able to join the session.
Should your organisation be interested in participating in the Citizens for Solidarity campaign, please contact Brenda Goldblatt ([email protected]).
Should you wish to interact with the Return2Work efforts, please email: [email protected]
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OFFICIAL GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS AND GUIDELINES ON COVID-19
All official government regulations and guidelines are available at https://www.gov.za/coronavirus/guidelines
Business for South Africa fully supports the decisive action taken by President Cyril Ramaphosa and the government to help mitigate the health, labour market and economic impacts of the coronavirus. As organised business, we are actively collaborating with government to use business resources and capacity to support public sector initiatives.
We have mobilised volunteer resources from across South Africa business bodies and organisations, member companies large and small, professional services firms as well as communication specialists, to form focused working groups that are driving a coordinated and proactive programme to mitigate the economic, social and health impacts of COVID-19 on South Africa.