Millennials at work Whether your employees return to work this fall/winter or wait until next spring/summer, you should (if you haven’t already) start your planning process now. (Image: Shutterstock)

An estimated 62% of employed Americans are still working from home because of COVID-19. That means across the country, HR leaders and their trusted partners are trying to adapt to this new normal while also formulating plans to eventually bring most (if not all, in some cases) employees back to the workplace.

According to a study by McKinsey & Company, employers expect most employees to return by the end of 2020. But, as HR leaders are you confident your employer can bring employees back to work safely? More importantly, are you prepared to help them?

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