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COVID-19 Recovery Planning
Your road to recovery to thrive in the ‘new normal’
As Australia enters the recovery phase from the COVID-19 pandemic, organisations should start to plan and execute their own recovery initiatives. Starting with the end in mind and reflecting on what has worked well will allow your organisation to thrive in the ‘new normal’. Deloitte has designed accelerators to help organisations work through their key issues and create a plan to execute a set of recovery initiatives across priority business areas.
Our Recovery Accelerators
Which areas of your organisation require focus and prioritisation to navigate recovery?
- This future growth tool supports executive leadership teams to navigate their organisation's recovery, enabling them to take stock of their current situation and identify areas that require focus and prioritisation.
- By asking a series of short questions based on the six key business areas, it provides insights to assist with recovery business planning to accelerate future growth.
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- The workbook guides business owners through the areas likely to have been critically impacted by COVID-19 and which are a priority for recovery planning, across areas of customer, cashflow, supply chain, workforce, digital enablement and workplace.
- The workbook guides business owners through key questions to enable them to develop a tangible recovery plan.
- The report guides governments through the challenges they are tackling on the road to recovery, while balancing actions that control the spread of COVID-19 and help revive the economy.
- It provides governments with actionable insight to balance the roles it must play across developing a reopening plan, communicating and enforcing regulations, getting the government workforce back to work, communicating progress, and delivering services to citizens and businesses.
- Our COVID-19 Workplace Safety Self-Assessment is a dedicated tool to provide an indicative view of an organisation's readiness to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of their people, leveraging guidelines provided by Safe Work Australia. It will help clients to build a comprehensive plan to reopen with safety at the centre.
- There are 4 key reasons for ensuring health, safety and wellbeing in an organisation:
- The moral obligation we owe to our people to ensure their health, safety and wellbeing
- It’s simply good business – sustainability, brand and reputation
- The law says we must have and maintain safe systems of work
- Criminal offences attach to organisations, its officers, managers and workers who fail to comply with the law (including potential gaol time and significant penalties)