Are Your Employees In Maryland Worried About Returning To The Office?

Addressing The Concerns Your Office Employees In Maryland May Have About Returning

As different cities and states begin to open up again and roll back pandemic measures, business owners like yourself should be thinking carefully about how to return to the office.

No matter what safety precautions you have in place, your staff may not be entirely comfortable returning to work in a public setting. That’s why you need to talk to them, hear their concerns, and make sure they feel safe.

Check out our latest video for expert advice on bringing your staff back to the office safely:

It’s very important for you to talk to your staff about their experience, and understand how they feel about working in the office again. After all, employees don’t have the same say as executives making the call to reopen the office.

Those who work in a high-contact industry may have many questions about reopening. For starters, will wearing masks in the office cause problems?

Try to be inclusive of the people who are concerned. There are many health and safety measures you will need to incorporate, including:

  • The use of face masks and hand sanitizer
  • Regular cleaning throughout the day
  • Testing employee temperatures upon arrival (Talk to us about getting protective screening equipment for your office.)

Furthermore, you need to make sure that clients and other contacts your staff is expected to work with are also following these guidelines. If your staff is expected to visit a client’s office, or if you have clients visiting on-site, they can’t be putting your team at risk either.

For further guidance in making your workplace in Maryland safe for employees to return, click here to get in touch with a representative or call us at 410-992-7925.