Return to Work: HR's Toughest Challenge and Best Opportunity

Returning to work during the global health crisis could be the toughest HR management challenge of our times. Bringing employees back to their offices doesn't just involve health and safety risks; it also includes business continuity, business transformation, and employee experience challenges. Though we are excited to reunite with our work besties, a lot of us are in fear of being exposed to the virus. A recent CBS News poll revealed that 63% of workers believe that it might be too soon re-open. But if we stay closed any longer, the resultant shock to our economy and livelihoods could be the biggest in almost a century. "The economic danger of the outbreak is exponentially greater than its health risks." — Adar Poonawala, CEO of Serum Institute of India If we were to save our economy, implementing a safe return to work program is a crucial start. But its success depends on how transparent and trustworthy the collaborations between HR managers, employees, and business owners are-

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