Coronavirus (Covid-19) and return to the office: New Yorkers can now go back, but many won’t, per The New York Times

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) and return to the office: New Yorkers can now go back, but many won’t, per The New York Times

“Even as offices across New York City were allowed to welcome back employees on Monday for the first time in months, the number of those returning to work was far lower than the swarms that once jostled elbows on public transit and packed into high-rise elevators,” Michael Gold and Troy Closson write over at The […]

Coronavirus (Covid-19) and work: Helping companies plan their return to the office

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) and work: Helping companies plan their return to the office

By BEN GLICKMAN and PHOEBE PINDER New York City — the epicenter of the Covid-19 pandemic — entered its first phase of reopening on June 8. Of course essential workers — doctors, firefighters, grocery store workers, mail deliverers — have been on the job since the beginning of the pandemic. But now, for the first […]

Coronavirus (Covid-19) return to the office: How a big N.Y.-based employer is doing it

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) return to the office:  How a big N.Y.-based employer is doing it

As the New York area and the nation opens up gradually after the first wave of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, people are thinking about returning to their workplaces. We’re talking to many people about what that looks like for them. “We don’t call it ‘return to work’ — because we’ve been working all along,” said […]