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- Isolate and keep social distancing while at work
- Ask employees to bring prepared meals and refillable bottles from home
- Set a specific time for break shifts for each team to ensure social distancing
- Install temporary disposable cardboards or plastic separators in common areas
- Come up with a ‘back to work’ action plan explaining the concepts and solutions
- Ensure greater space between the employees
- Ensure proper and improved air filtration and ventilation
- Hands-free workspace
- Ensure sanitisation cues by providing reminders to maintain distancing and hygiene
- Separate ‘hygiene zones’ with mandatory checkpoints in between
- Hotspots marked with colours and a highly visible cleaning confirmation
- Provide a personal kit of personal cleaning essentials to employees and a printed media campaign comprising of all the required information
- Web conferences and training provided pre and post return
- Assign a team member the task to ensure that all the standards are followed
Employees will not be coming back to their normal working conditions. Without vaccines, the management phase of crisis, as per the analysts, will continue to last into 2021 and will result in the transformation of how we work, travel, eat, move, congregate and connect.
It is natural to feel unprepared with the new way of work. Working from home can get difficult, especially with children. The struggle is real, and balancing both our personal and professional lives can get tiring. It is important to set proper time even while working from home so that you have the time to be you! Set the ‘do not disturb’ option or leave a message for your co-workers to pick up when they return to work.
Make your mental and physical health your priority. Yes, they are important, even more so during the pandemic! With the increasing global cases and an unstable environment, we are constantly exposed to loneliness and decreased socialisation. Although working from home provides flexibility, we hardly have any social life. This can lead to lack of motivation and productivity.
Talent management has a lot to consider during this crisis, and it is even more important to act quickly with the situation changing every day. Creating a solid COVID-19 work plan becomes an extremely necessary step in coping up with this pandemic.