Illustration of employees working at desks spaced apart For many employers, waiting for a commercially available COVID-19 test just isn’t an option. (Image: Shutterstock)

Employers plan to get back to work in the next two months, but it will not be business as usual, according to a survey by the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions.

The survey, released last week, found that 88% of employers had a “return to work” task force in place, but 90% of employers said their reopening would be in phases, involve numerous changes and, if employees could work from home, they most likely would, Thompson said.

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