There are many parallels between running a successful business and a life well-lived. Business success requires action, attention to detail, and knowing when to reach out for help. These principles also apply to life. No one can thrive in a vacuum, in business or in life outside the workplace.
The days of requiring everybody to show up to the office to do work are quickly coming to an end. Due to the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses are now realizing they can still get the job done even when their best people are working remotely. This blog post talks about hybrid work environments and how digital ID cards can be an ideal solution to identify and manage remote workers.
JDS Development Group are using Virtual Badge at their $2B 111 West 57th Street Skyscraper project for safety, risk management, and liability protection — all related to COVID-19 infections. 111 West 57th Street, also known as Steinway Tower, is the largest residential tower as well as the thinnest skyscraper in the entire world. JDS Development Group is an American real-estate development group headquartered in Manhattan, NYC.
COVID-19 infections will completely put a halt to any event. Because of this, Keeneland and The Breeder’s Cup needed a way to protect their facility and the safety of all workers and attendees from COVID-19 exposure. With plastic badges, The Breeder’s Cup didn’t have a way to collect liability waiver forms or any ability to verify if an attendee had a valid COVID-19 negative test result.
Clayco had used traditional plastic IDs and pen-and-paper processes at their job-sites for years, which are slow and inefficient. When the opportunity came up to try digital ID badges, Clayco immediately realized the advantages and went with Virtual Badge.
While many businesses across the United States have been shut down due to Coronavirus, the construction industry is in full swing. Because we need to keep our job-sites open and keep everyone employed, responding effectively to the threat of COVID-19 is of utmost importance. An infected job-site most likely needs to close down, and that can result in huge issues, both financial and legal, for all parties involved.