COVID-19 has changed how everything is done. If there’s a single group of people who have felt the impact of COVID-19, it’s the business owners. Even so, the world is hopeful that we will overcome this pandemic as we have done in the past.
Business experts and other professionals are making all manner of predictions regarding the post-COVID-19 business era. Psychics and magicians are also not left behind; they are making predictions on when the pandemic will end and what people should expect.
In this post, we shall look at these predictions and what they mean for your business. But before that,
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What are Psychics Saying During These Uncertain Times?
From ancient times, people have turned to psychics when things get tough. The past few months have been tough, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. Unlike other situations, COVID0-19 affected all countries no matter their financial capabilities or technological developments.
After the coronavirus outbreak became a reality, many psychics have come forward to claim that they had predicted it. While most psychics claim that coronavirus will not last long, people are more concerned about what the world will become post-COVI-19.
According to renowned psychics who have made many global predictions that have come to pass, the world will be more focused on the essential elements such as water, housing, food, security, jobs, etc., after the pandemic. As such, they encourage people to be careful when it comes to their finances, investments, and security on all levels.
Many other psychics have reported an increase in the number of people seeking their guidance, with most of them asking how the world will be after the pandemic. In fact, the increased demand for psychic’s advice has led to the emergence of new psychic vendors. However, as with any other new service provider, ensure to do due diligence before committing to any online psychic.
To that end, here are popular predictions on the state of businesses post-COVID-19:
Working Remotely Will Become the Norm
COVID-19 has been characterized by social distancing and a lack of social interactions. In response to this call by the World Health Organization, most companies have asked their staff to operate from home. This is likely to remain the case even after the pandemic.
For instance, Twitter has told their staff that they can work from home as much as they wish as they head into the future.
It is also predicted that many tech companies will continue working remotely due to its increased productivity and reduced costs. Whether this is true or not, we’ll wait to see.
Improved Digital Infrastructure
After the first case of coronavirus in China and other subsequent countries, people were forced to work from home and isolation centers. As such, people and businesses had no choice but to invest in digital infrastructure that would allow them to hold meetings and keep their businesses going.
This is the case for government officials as well. Before the coronavirus outbreak, government officials used to travel for meetings in any part of the world. This is no longer the case as even board meetings are held via video calls. For most people, this is unlikely to change even after the pandemic.
Increased Online Shopping
Businesses that had adopted the online shopping system before the pandemic had benefited during this time. An excellent example is Jeff Bezos through Amazon, with reports indicating that his net wealth has passed $200 billion during the pandemic.
Most businesses that didn’t have the online shopping have either closed or laid off most of their staff to survive this uncertain time.
Most businesses have realized this shift and are doing everything to set up an online option. This trend is unlikely to change even after the pandemic. Even if the business maintains its physical locations, most of them will have an online shopping option due to competition or even the emergence of a similar future situation.
Unemployment Rate Expected to Rise
Even before the pandemic hit the world, the world was staring at a significant employment rate. Lockdown and close of businesses will see many people lose their jobs and decreased employment rate. In fact, about 60 percent of the world population is likely to be hard hit in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic. Businesses would be forced to adopt other models so they can stay afloat, among them reducing the workforce
However, according to business experts, cutting staff will have far-reaching effects on businesses post-COVID-19 era. Among other things, this will affect their ability to compete with other companies after the pandemic.