‘Returning to the workplace’ is unquestionably a process that is likely to look different for companies based on size, industry, geography, demographics and countless unique business factors.
While most are eager to return to normalcy - the ability to rethink, reopen and reoccupy workplaces or operational cadence takes careful thought and consideration, not only to protect your employees but also your business.
Your business can use our return to workplace checklist as a tool in your response-to-recovery process.
The impacts of COVID-19 have been profound and the path to recovery will remain fluid. As always, follow any local, state or national guidance as it relates to safety, guidelines and recommendations. The information included herein is to help guide you, but it does not replace any guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), United States Department of Labor, OSHA or local and state laws or guidance.
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