s the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the United States, many business owners, including hairstylists, personal trainers and even clothing retailers are working from home.
The pandemic has forced some entrepreneurs like Joyce McNally, an Atlanta-based coach and owner of Say ‘YES’ Fitness, to adjust their business models.
“I’ve discovered that I love working from home. I set up classes in my living room and don’t have to travel,” says McNally, who began offering virtual classes and personalized training plans for clients earlier this year.
4 tips to safely run your business from home
If you’re among those who are running your business from home, there are a number of steps to take to ensure you’re protecting yourself and your visitors. You’ll also want to consider any insurance needs and make sure you’re following regulations.
If you find yourself working from home or operating a business from your residence, here are some things to keep in mind.
1. Seek help from those who understand your business
Businesses are as diverse as the products and services they offer — from graphic design and artists to personal chefs and developers. The needs of each kind of business will vary.
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