Masks will be part of employees' dress code at 60% of U.S. companies when offices reopen, despite 15 states not requiring face coatings in the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report released Wednesday by marketing agency Clutch.  In addition to masks, 71% of employers plan to have socially remote seats and 60% plan to create sanitation stations installed throughout the space, according to the report, created from a survey of 400 workers in the United States from July 2. 8.
In total, 91% of companies actively create guidelines and make changes to prepare their office premises for staff return, according to the Costa Mesa-based agency's report.
Other results include:
- Thirty-nine percent of workers have returned to their company's private office space or to a common workplace;
- Of the 61
- Despite regional differences, 29% of workers rank mask requirements as the most important precautionary measures their companies should take when returning to the office.
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