Uncertainty surrounding when employers might return employees to work has given way to uncertainty about how. Employers considering reopening in the coming weeks will be faced with dramatically different workplaces and a worried workforce. Flexibility and responsiveness to COVID-19 issues—from workplace configuration and location(s) of workers to employee leave requests and evolving health and safety standards—will be crucial. Once shelter-in-place orders have been lifted and businesses permitted to reopen, employers will need to proceed with caution. Wading through the patchwork of requirements and understanding what guidance or recommendations are mandatory is the first step in preparing a return-to-work plan.
A phased approach to reopening.
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