Each week we ask business leaders when they expect to return to relative business normalcy. The chart shows what percentage of companies think the duration will be.
We anticipate a significant increase in the number of companies that have or are in the process of preparing a business continuity plan. In this visualization, the size of each rectangle represents the proportion of companies that had a business continuity plan before the outbreak. Click on the “No” rectangle in the visual to see if companies now have one or are actively developing one to post covid-19.
Companies are keeping personal health and safety as top priorities and are issuing advisories related to remote working, leave, events and travel. The stack bar visualization shows the percentage of companies that are expected, not expected, unsure and have already implemented each of these polices. Hover on each bar to show the exact percentage value. Click on the text in the legend to remove the selected category in the visual.
With covid -19 slowly subsiding in China and many countries enforcing complete lock downs, we expect the spread to slow down and companies are expecting a return to relative business normalcy for the organization somewhere in the next 3-6 months, The chart shows what percentage of companies think the duration will be.