Safely back to work in the new normal

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As the number of new infections from the coronavirus slows, and economies around the world ease restrictions and begin to plan for recovery, uncertainty remains and there is increasing talk about how to get back to work in the post-pandemic world. 

As economies begin to gradually re-open, and businesses re-start their operations, it is important to ensure this is done in a safe manner. 

Adjusting to a new reality will necessitate physical distancing and other strict measures. Clear guidelines, processes and protocols must be put in place to support both employees and employers. 

Best practices for safely back to work in the new normal


Building on this commitment, and to help other organizations prepare for the post-pandemic world of work, last month the HR services industry formed an Alliance, spearheaded by the Adecco Group, Randstad, and Manpower Group urging other stakeholders such as employers, trade unions, and NGOs to join, and governments to support, stimulate and endorse these efforts.  

Drawing lessons from five sectors – transport and logistics, automotive, manufacturing and life sciences, construction as well as food – and analysing these in 13 countries, including France, Germany, and the United Kingdom, the Alliance has published a white paper that reviews over 400 health and safety protocols. This paper is intended to be a practical guide for companies and organisations in trying to re-open their business operations & get back to work normally. 

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