It’s been more than 100 years since the world has faced a pandemic of this size. Not only have we been asked to make changes to the way we live and work, but we’ve been asked to make them virtually overnight. For some, the transition is a difficult one. And understandably so. We don’t know how long the current situation will last or how bad it may get. For those of us in leadership positions, we have a responsibility to our organizations to help, to keep up morale and to strengthen those around us.

How do we do that? As the founder of Perry Law, P.C., my first concern is always the health and safety of my employees. As I began to understand the severity of the situation and following the advice of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, I asked everyone to begin working from home. I wanted my teammates to know that their livelihoods did not require risking their health. Technology allows us to do things that even five years ago would not have been possible. In many cases, accomplishing them is simply a matter of making sure your team has the right equipment. So that’s what we did.

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