The corporate world has completely changed since the pandemic began and employees should be careful about keeping a business-as-usual attitude. When working in familiar surroundings (ie: remotely from home), we can be lulled into being complacent as loved ones play and relax in proximity.
As work from home workers now assume the dual role of both homeowner and occupational safety manager, they are responsible for minimizing the risk of spreading disease, reducing mental stress and preventing injury. Changes to office health protocols apply within the household. Just like a workplace environment, a home workstation should be safe, comfortable and foster productivity and overall employee wellness.
Follow Covid protocols.
Seventy-percent of employees work from home, according to a May 2020 Gallup poll, and 25 percent would like to telecommute permanently. It’s prudent to observe Covid safety protocols at a WFH environment since these protect yourself and loved ones.
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