COVID-19 is forcing businesses across the country and around the world to operate in different ways. One of the new mantras businesses must embrace is that of social distancing. It has proven to be quite challenging for some businesses, but push-to-talk radios can help most businesses enact more efficient social distancing practices. These are just a few of the ways it can help.
It’s a brave new world out there as new words, like “social distancing” creep into the everyday vernacular of people around the world. Another word that is getting a lot of attention these days is “sanitation.” Stores are reducing hours so staff have time to sanitize shelves and disinfect before a new round of people come inside. If your business uses Peak PTT two-way radios for communication, there are things you can do to clean and disinfect your radios to promote better safety throughout your workplace – as well as for those who work on-the-road.
Libraries might not be the first locations that come to mind when it comes to facilitating voice communications. However, push to talk two-way radios can be a huge boon for improving efficiency in libraries, large and small, across the country.
Think of all the people it takes to keep libraries operating smoothly:
COVID-19 is making everyone very aware of protecting themselves from germs they can come in contact with on a daily basis and practicing good hygiene. With the latest COVID-19 plan through the government, many businesses are back to operations or are starting to gear up for their employees to return to work. However, this presents many challenges, including how employees will be able to safely communicate.
COVID-19 has changed the way the world works and many businesses operate. We now live in a world where social distancing and personal space are the rules rather than the exceptions. As we seek to work with new constraints, communication is more important than ever. Push-to-talk two-way radios from Peak PTT can help you improve efficiency and productivity – even in these trying times. These five tips can help.
COVID-19 has changed the way many of us live our lives. As some states and businesses are beginning to re-open after months of being shutdown and people return to work, we are beginning to see just how much the landscape has changed. Social distancing is the new norm with personal space taking on a whole new meaning.
Restaurants, in particular, are working hard to ensure appropriate distance between employees and customers, reducing face-to-face interactions, and minimizing the risks of spreading COVID-19. These are five ways push-to-talk radios can help your restaurant as the pandemic continues.
As businesses constantly strive to improve communications, the question of whether it’s best to use push-to-talk two-way radios or smartphones is quite common. While it may be tempting to go with smartphones for employees, the truth is that there are many benefits for using push-to-talk two-way radios instead, including those listed below and more.
Peak PTT offers two different communications platforms to accommodate the differing communications needs of businesses. The K2 Platform is designed to provide solid communications solutions for small and medium sized businesses while the Everest platform is built to meet the needs of medium-sized and enterprise businesses. While they each offer similar usability, there are differences that make them stand apart as well.
As theme parks plan to reopen after closing for COVID-19, parks plan to deploy teams whose primary jobs will be enforcing a new policy requiring theme park visitors to wear protective face masks. To accomplish this important task, communication among team members will be vital.
Push to talk for amusement parks can bring huge improvements to your communications capabilities that not only improve safety and security for your park, but also improve guest experiences.
Bike sharing companies often have a lot of real estate to cover on the average day. Not only do you have to keep up with the location of your bikes for the sake of knowing where your inventory is, but also to make sure you have the supply in place to meet demands of specific areas during high traffic hours.