Considerations for Reentering the Workplace – CDC TOOLKIT
As local and state governments begin to lift shelter in place orders, companies are beginning to prepare their return to work plans. Successful reentry plans will connect to company culture, values, and operations, and will be transparent, flexible, and focused on employee concerns and safety.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has designed a toolkit to assist employers in slowing the spread of COVID-19 and reducing the impact in the workplace upon reopening doors into non-healthcare settings. The toolkit is informative, providing employers the following materials:
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