How to return to the office while keeping employees safe

31 Aug 2021 By Advertising feature

Lattice’s guide offers HR professionals a checklist for a safe return to work, from consulting employees on the matter to implementing safety precautions

In 2020, a return to the office en masse sounded like a fever dream rather than something that would become the norm.

Today, however, the balance of power has shifted from Covid-19 to the employer. With lockdown and the previously tight restrictions easing, more and more HR teams are now considering how to move back to the workplace post pandemic. Where to begin, though? How many people will be asked to come back? How will you keep those who return safe?

Whenever you start facing these inevitable tough questions, don’t fly in blind. Lattice's Guide walks you through everything you need to know about reopening, from getting employees’ opinions on the decision to implementing safety precautions.

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