Our third monthly survey found almost six out of 10 employers report that their plans for the return to work are stymied by uncertainty — specifically, a lack of clarity on the right timing, and persistent questions about how to provide a safe environment for their employees.
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Employers should take these accommodations into account when helping staff set up a remote work environment.
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Employees’ caregiver responsibilities have grown during the pandemic and will not abate when they return to a physical work environment.July 6
A complaint was filed with the EEOC for allegedly discriminating against existing employees and job applicants.July 2
Postmates and edX partnership provides access to more than 2,800 classes for Postmates’ Fleet workersJuly 1
The digital workplace provider has designed a program that simplifies the compliance process for businesses while simultaneously ensuring that their workers are safe.July 1
Companies need to familiarize themselves with their EAPs and state laws to help protect employees who aren’t safe at home.July 1
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