Preparing workplaces for the 'new normal' amidst COVID-19 concerns
How to create a safe, welcoming environment for returning employees.
By Allison Velez|May 25, 2020 at 10:06 AM
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Companies typically look to their brokers and benefits managers to solve a myriad of workplace problems. As a nation we are now facing one of the greatest challenges most of us can remember–the COVID-19 pandemic. As much as the novel coronavirus has challenged us from a health standpoint, however, we are now at a pivotal point to meet the business challenges of the virus, including reopening our economy by bringing back millions of employees to the workplace.
With COVID-19 still out there and a proven vaccine not yet in sight, the priority must be to create safe workplaces so employees can return confidently and risk-free.
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