Contributed by Tina Hamilton, an Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) member in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Hamilton is the founder and CEO of myHR Partner, a human resources outsourcing firm that manages HR for small- and medium-sized businesses. The following was adapted from an article in The Morning Call.
As organizations plan their return to work after statewide shutdowns or work-from-home orders, there is much to consider—for both employees and employers.
I’ve answered some of the most common questions related to the return-to-work transition.
1. How do we best address the needs of our employees as part of planning for reopening and managing the new federally mandated leave options and still operate our business?
Prepare your office space or building. If your workplace has been unoccupied for more than a week, a routine cleaning works. Still, consider a deep cleaning for employees’ peace of mind.