Eleven Critical Actions To Take For Returning To Work Post COVID-19
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After nearly six months of economic and industrial disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, countries are beginning to return workers back into the fold and reopen businesses that have been shuttered. China has been reopening factories and easing restrictions on travel, with other countries looking to follow suit as new infections rate curves flatten. While industries and individuals may be eagerly anticipating returning to business, executives need to take action to adequately prepare the worker and the workplace to prevent exposure during this still-active pandemic. This report will provide corporate managers insight into 11 critical actions that should be taken by firms before work resumes, once it resumes and beyond. Additionally, this report sheds insight into key considerations a firm should consider when developing its return-to-work plan.
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Table of contentsFirms Must Take Practical Steps To Protect Their Workforce From COVID-19 Exposure
Key Considerations When Developing A Return-To-Work Plan
Key Actions To Be Taken To Prepare Workers And Workplace Before Work Resumes
Critical Actions From Day One And Beyond To Reduce Potential Worker Exposure