In numerous conversations with office managers, facility managers and safety coordinators in Oregon (and a few out of state, to be sure), it’s clear that there are not a lot of common denominators for how and when offices will deal with the return of WFH employees.
Many state agencies and professional offices still have a large number of employees working from home. Others have brought everyone back, but with closures still upcoming, some are going back.
Some companies I’ve communicated with aren’t even going to think about bringing back employees from WFH until September at the earliest.
Like I said, all over the board. Some people have older-style fabric/metal cubicles in place. Others have nothing. Many have employees spread out in large rooms, or in separate office.
But they’re all doing their best they can to adhere to CDC and local or state guidelines to keep employees, clients and visitors safe.
Given all of that, some are still looking at solutions to how they might deal with the return of employees and keeping them safe and their anxiety levels low.
Our manufacturing partner, Classic Exhibits, has shared a handful of new sales and information sheets on the PlaceLyft Modular Office dividers and desktop safety dividers. Let’s take a look:
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