5 L&D considerations for returning to the workplace

It’s time to start planning our return to the workplace. Adjustments made during the pandemic will extend into and impact our return to the office. Employees returning to work doesn’t necessarily mean children are back to school, families are healthy, or that each individual’s situation is anywhere near back to normal. As we’ve heard a thousand times in the past month, there is likely no returning to “normal” – whatever that may mean.

While we are planning for facilities management, social distancing, and providing PPE, employers should also plan for a variety of learning and development initiatives that can ease the transition. For some “returning to work” means simply going back to the office, while for others this means actually coming back to work after being out of work for some period of time.

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