How to Prepare for Reopening Your Workplace
As stay-at-home orders expire, new challenges arise
With many states allowing businesses to reopen, associations are looking more closely at how they might reopen their doors when the time comes. While returning to work may sound like getting back to normal, experts say the workplaces people return to will be very different.
“There will be new cleaning standards to ensure that things are safe, and education and training of people,” said Bryan Berthold, managing director of workplace strategy and change management at global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield. “No one expects to come back to the same old reality.”
Knowing that organizations want to safely bring their employees back to the office, Cushman & Wakefield recently released Recovery Readiness: A How-to Guide for Reopening your Workplace. The guide covers everything from ensuring building systems are properly maintained and don’t lead to other health problems to how to practice social distancing in office spaces.
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