NEWS: Chamber on COVID-19 case: Time to implement business continuity plans

Nassau Guardian Newspaper March 20th, 2020: Now that a case of coronavirus (COVID-19) has been confirmed in The Bahamas, Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers’ Confederation Jeffrey Beckles told Guardian Business yesterday that businesses in the country are now faced with the prospect of working with fewer employees because of illness, or working with their employees remotely.


Beckles said while something like COVID-19 could not be anticipated, all businesses should have in place, a business continuity plan that would allow them to survive the shock that this virus now presents to The Bahamas’ economy.