• Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, over 1 year ago

    I'm surprised it took this long for this topic to appear here.

    I've been setting up remote infrastructure for my company, so our devs can all continue to work from home. Here in West Oz the government response is still in it's infancy, but I can imagine in the next two weeks there could be disruptions to public transport that would require our team to get split up at home.

    If I were you however - as a freelancer - I'd get a contingency plan ready for the event that your workload simply just drops off. When people get scared and start panicking, they probably won't be needing logos or landing pages drawn up for a little while.

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    • Kris KimKris Kim, over 1 year ago

      Yes, that's my point and that's what worries me the most. Now that we are looking at the huge economical recession, companies won't be looking at the extra workforces. So I was wondering how anyone in similar situation would go about minimizing the damage.

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