Changing workplace behaviour is key to containing coronavirus
Encouraging employees to wash their hands is a start, but there are many more steps that companies must take to prevent the spread of the disease
More than half of companies around the world have no plans or protocols in place to combat the coronavirus, according to a study by Mercer.
While encouraging employees to wash their hands more frequently is a good start in the battle to contain the disease, it is just that – a start.
This virus is proving a game changer across so many areas; now it’s up to employers and their facility managers to step up...
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