Tue, Sep 21, 2021
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Companies are anxious to reopen their offices. Companies should aim for a safe and strategic reopening. This day had been chosen by many corporations for their formal reopening. Many organisations have postponed their major reopening until early 2022. Many businesses intend to rehire their employees in 2022. Employees that have spent the last two years working remotely. Working from home, they’ve developed new habits, established new routines, and discovered new rhythms.
It’s past time for us to learn from our mistakes and stop planning so far ahead of time. We can’t predict what the future contains, and if we wait for the ideal moment to return, we’ll never return.Instead, we should approach the reopening of the workplace with caution.
Here are some options: Make sure your facility complies with COVID-19 requirements in your area. - Employees should be informed about expected workplace habits before they return. Motivate your employees! Describe the on-site resources that will be available.
When personnel arrive on-site, it is your responsibility to ensure that they are safe.
#Install healthy indoor filters and develop clean air protocols in your building.
#Requiring everyone to wash their hands before entering any room.
#Instead of a hostile workplace, the goal should be to establish one that is safe, healthy, and friendly.
#Adopt the appropriate tools.
#Invest in technologies that will aid in the safety of your employees.
#Implement a visitor management system to keep track of who is coming to work and when.
Remind your staff of the opportunities they’re missing out on. Although remote work allows for more flexibility, the office can also be a place where people may collaborate, find inspiration, and strengthen bonds with coworkers.After this pandemic and work from home most of the employees demand more flexibility in their work hours. If workplaces are a productivity tool, they are the property of your employees. It is your obligation to ensure that the workplace is safe and well-designed for flexibility.
Companies have invested a lot of time and money into their infrastructure to meet and surpass employee expectations. After the pandemic, we have to be more concerned about the safety of the employees. For the employees safety, it’s your responsibility to establish a secure, flexible environment that encourages employees to return.