As organizations work to create new workplace and facilities protocols and procedures to minimize risks associated with COVID-19, one thing is certain: safety for the workforce starts the moment they leave their house and start their commute.
As more states and cities lift shelter-in-place restrictions with regard to COVID-19, your employer may be starting to formulate back-to-workplace plans. If so, you’re likely wondering what that may mean for your commute. Since any safe return to the workplace begins the moment you step outside your front door, you may have some important questions like:
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When re-evaluating your workforce’s transportation programs to be successful in this new COVID-19 landscape, it’s vital to keep safety at the forefront of your decision making process. After all, the safety of your people doesn’t begin the moment they arrive at the office–safety of your workforce starts the moment they step outside their front door.
As employers navigate through what it means to return employees safely to the workplace, physical distancing, economic downturn, and an array of socio-economic and logistical conditions are shaping what will become the new norm of workplace operations.
Increasingly at the forefront of these conversations, is the commute.