As states and municipalities begin reopening and relaxing stay-at-home orders, companies are contemplating and refining their strategies for returning to the office. As your employees begin coming back to work, what are the key things to consider to ensure that everything is safe and secure?

There are important decisions to be made that require the involvement of different groups, including HR, operations, stakeholders, and shareholders. Any plan to reopen should take into account technology, staffing, and appropriate use of physical office space.


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