Returning to Office During Pandemic Requires Attention to Detail
Ensure crucial details are covered to get staff safely back in the building
Many associations trying to figure out how to make a safe return to their offices during the pandemic are looking for examples of ways to do it. Recently, I spoke with the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC), which decided to take a hybrid approach where staff work one day from the office and four days remotely.
“Once we ripped the Band-Aid off and showed we could work from home, we put together a work group to be more flexible and figure out how can we better utilize our space within our office suite,” said Bob Hall, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, senior director or human resources and talent development at APIC.
Because its members work with infectious disease control, APIC hired a member consultant to go through its offices and help them figure out how to best return safely.
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