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What to Consider When Re-Opening the Office Post-Pandemic

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What to Consider When Re-Opening the Office Post-Pandemic

The days of “business on top, comfy on the bottom” – AKA working from home and taking video conferences in our pajama pants – are gradually coming to an end. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the number of employees working remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic is down from 23.2% in January.[1] to 18.3% in April.[2] Over 60% of U.S. adults have received at least one vaccination,[3] and little by little, things are returning to normal. Slowly but surely, we see employees hanging up their Zoom headsets and returning to office after COVID.

But as an employer, how can you make sure that your office is safe? And how can you bolster your employees’ confidence about returning to work after the pandemic? Do you need tips for returning to office after COVID? Keep on reading for our guide with 15 tips on how to create a safe and healthy workplace.

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Bones Ijeoma

Author since Sep 09, 2021
Bones Ijeoma is CEO and co-founder of AllSafe IT, and his mission is to make downtime obsolete. Bones received a BS in Computer Engineering from Cal State Long Beach and received an MBA in Entrepreneurship from USC Marshall School of Business. After finishing school and working for companies such as Marriott Hospitality, Dreamworks, and UCLA Medical Center, Bones realized there was a need for small businesses to have access to the same technology solutions that large corporations leverage.

Bones Ijeoma

Author since Sep 09, 2021
Bones Ijeoma is CEO and co-founder of AllSafe IT, and his mission is to make downtime obsolete. Bones received a BS in Computer Engineering from Cal State Long Beach and received an MBA in Entrepreneurship from USC Marshall School of Business. After finishing school and working for companies such as Marriott Hospitality, Dreamworks, and UCLA Medical Center, Bones realized there was a need for small businesses to have access to the same technology solutions that large corporations leverage.
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