Safety, wellness, efficiency and a data-driven approach to securing your most valuable asset: People

Office workers held an advantage during the pandemic. Unlike manufacturers, police, grocery clerks or other frontline occupations, office staff could do much of their work remotely, safe from the risk of contagion.

Now, it’s time to come back. Your staff will want to know what steps have been taken to ensure the purity of the air they breathe, the cleanliness of the surfaces they touch and the health of the colleagues with whom they interact.

What about vaccinations?

Some of them will be vaccinated, some will not. How will you deal with that as an employer?

Some of your staff will stay remote. Some will come back fulltime. Others will be hybrid. How will you handle scheduling, desk occupancy and density issues?