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Post-Crisis Management

Posted by Chris Kelsey on Apr 22, 2020 8:30:00 AM

They say the worst thing you can do in a crisis is fail to recognize you’re in one. With the constant news coverage, school closures, and life on lockdown, this crisis has our attention. Every one of us is impacted and has made difficult sacrifices. For many of us, it has been a time to assess what we can control and how we can improve ourselves and our businesses. For us in the HOA industry, we can’t get so caught up in crisis management that we fail to consider our lives as post-crisis managers. There is so much uncertainty weighing on the world now that it might make you hesitate to plan too far ahead, but now is the perfect time to be forward-thinking, restructure, and prepare for a future with new challenges.

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Topics: eUnify, pandemic, COVID-19

Work Remotely with eUnify

Posted by Sarah Sukta on Apr 1, 2020 7:30:00 AM

eUnify enables remote working. Terms we wouldn’t have used much in the recent past are part of our everyday vocabulary. Terms like, “social distancing”, “quarantine”, and “flattening the curve” describe a social duty to keep distance from everyone outside our households in order to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. These terms also represent a massive challenge to many businesses. Major corporations have invested billions of dollars in the past several weeks in updating systems to allow for as many employees as possible to work from home.

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Topics: HOA Violations, eUnify, mobile, community link, pandemic, COVID-19

What Board Members Can Do during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Posted by Chris Kelsey on Mar 18, 2020 8:33:49 AM

Everything seems to be shutting down in an effort to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus. In 2003, when the SARS outbreak began, I was near the epicenter in Taiwan. It felt other-worldly, like being in a movie stepping outside one day to see busy streets of people, all wearing masks, building security at every hi-rise taking temperature readings from the foreheads of anyone who wished to enter, and seeing society effectively shut down temporarily. While the HOA may be the last thing on anyone’s mind, if you serve on the Board for your community, it’s time to take action as a community leader. Here are few things you can be doing now:

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Topics: HOA Board, pandemic, COVID-19