Work-from-home arrangements were made almost overnight as the pandemic forced the implementation of stay-home orders. While the transition was sudden, American businesses and workers have risen to the occasion. Video conferencing platforms like Zoom and Google Meet have become household names, and many companies are now strongly considering regular work-from-home policies as a result.
As signs of a curve flattening in many states emerge, elected officials are rolling out plans to get employees back to work— or simply back to the office. Businesses across the country are preparing to reopen their offices, and with that, health and safety has become the number one priority.
Workplace solutions expert Jennifer Petersen shares what the traditional office setting will likely look when employees return to work, including furniture and conference room solutions to how companies can comply with safety regulations and social distancing guidelines. She will also discusses how to continue to make the most of working remotely if you’re not able to go back into the office. For more information, click here.