Employees, Vendors, & Partners: Why Having The Right People In The Right Places Matters In 2021

April 27, 2021

The past year has been fraught with difficulties for many professionals across a spectrum of sectors. It has meant different things for various people, as industries have had to cope with changes specific to their field of expertise, and these are often difficult to predict. In addition, the worldwide pandemic has inadvertently caused a new set of paradigms as we adjust to the new normal, and for this reason, it is vital to make sure those you employ or subcontract are those who can best assist with your needs going forward. 


Depending on the product or service you provide, there are going to be standards that your staff must adhere to. For this reason, you will want a workforce who are attentive to detail and who can keep up with current regulations that affect how you do business. In this time of dealing with Covid-19, you will need to maintain the safety of all those who come into contact with your employees and any items you produce. Be sure to partner with people who have a proven record of good hygienic practices, so it will reflect well on your company, ensuring the general public will be more likely to trust you with their health. 


In order to keep a team humming and on schedule, we need to ensure systems are in place to facilitate quick and easy means of reaching one another. It’s important to have people dedicated to supervising timely updates and responses, and you can have someone responsible for providing your workers with software that helps track progress on projects or that allows for conversations in between departments. Whatever your particular parameters are, it is vital that with the ever-shifting climate we are living in due to Covid-19 that you can make adjustments in house as efficiently as possible by setting up an infrastructure that allows for rapid messaging. 

Managing Remote Laborers

Those you partner with, whether vendors, paid employees, or contractors must be able to use all technology that is needed for working remotely. It is no guarantee that people can meet together as formerly or when that will be able to happen. Many companies are meeting together via Zoom or other programs, or they are utilizing a hybrid approach that allows them to assemble in smaller groups using social distancing and face coverings. 

Even these accommodations present challenges, as scheduling issues may arise, and of course, technology can be glitchy. As such, you will want to find people knowledgeable or willing to learn the video and other software, and it’s vital to make sure all your staffers are on the same page and are using a centralized means of communication. Fidelman & Co. specialize in helping businesses develop strategy to assemble a competent staff and can be of assistance to you in this regard. 


It goes without saying that all of us have had to be willing to shift expectations according to what is transpiring in the world as we now know it. Approaching business in the way we have always done is simply not going to achieve the results we desire going forward. We need to adopt values that emphasize a willingness to rise above the challenges we are presented with and to find solutions to best meet those obstacles with grace and aplomb. Attention to detail matters now than ever before as does holding loosely those carefully plans in order to make last-minute updates, and the right people can help you do just that.

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