Return-to-Work Plans Must Make Employee Health and Well-Being a Top Priority

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With the first COVID-19 anniversary in the rearview mirror, people are getting antsy. They want to go about daily life without worry, they miss seeing friends and family, and they’re anxious to travel again. And in workplaces across the United States, the conversation has shifted from keeping remote teams engaged to asking “How do we bring employees back to the office?”

According to one national survey, nearly 70% of employees working from home want to return to the workplace, but about half of them are concerned about contracting COVID-19 if they return to work. Vaccine distribution is

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