Seventy-seven percent of CFOs expected change in workplace safety when they returned to work on site, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers International Ltd. survey. compensation-related story on Business Insurance website 2020.
The survey, conducted April 20-22, showed that 65% of the CFOs surveyed expected to reconfigure workplaces to promote physical distance, 52% expected changes and / or shifting shifts to reduce exposure, and 50% expected higher demand for employee protection.
When states began lifting home orders and resuming local communities, 52% of respondents said their business could return to normal in less than three months if COVID-19 were to be shut down immediately, according to the report.
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In July, a survey of 150 companies by the law firm Blank Rome LLP in Philadelphia found that 70% created their own return to work strategies based on guidance from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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