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Amanda Farahany (left) and Todd Stanton. (Courtesy photos) Amanda Farahany (left) and Todd Stanton. (Courtesy photos)

Employers are beginning to open offices as coronavirus restrictions ease, yet medical experts still warn of flare-ups, and no vaccine or cure has been found. This sets the stage for potential conflicts between employers who want employees back to work, and employees who are tentative about returning. Remaining reasonable, assessing the rationale behind the employee’s hesitancy, and finding creative solutions will help set the stage for successful reopening.

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