Though the climate is still uncertain, people are eager to get back to work as multi-phased plans are being rolled out state-by-state to reopen the economy.
The reality is that work has not stopped – but it has evolved and will continue to change as we set new standards of work and leadership, both during the pandemic and into the future.
Cost of compliance with state and local ordinances, CDC and OSHA guidelines, worker’s comp claims, etc.
Impact of furloughed employees, stunted hiring plans, loss of talent, PR within your community, etc.
What we're seeing other companies implement as immediate back-to-work solutions, as well as strategies for the future.