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While it’s unclear how long COVID-19 will continue to affect organizations, many employers are preparing for their employees to return to the workplace. In preparation for reopening your business and asking employees to come back to work, it’s imperative that your company thoughtfully constructs an action plan to alleviate employee anxieties and keep every potential customer healthy and safe. Please feel free to utilize any of the following resources and contact us if we can be of assistance.
COVID-19 and Manufacturers
Challenges in Returning to the Workplace
Apex Benefits and Indiana Manufacturing Association Webinar
In partnership with the Indiana Manufacturing Association, a team of Apex experts presented considerations for employee wellbeing upon return to the workplace. Additionally, as cost is always a concern, the team discussed how the virus may likely impact company cash flows in the near- and long-term future.
While this event was geared toward manufacturing companies, the majority of the content is applicable to organizations in any industry.
Government Sector and COVID-19
Cost Concerns and Return to the Workplace Challenges
Apex Benefits and Association of Indiana Counties Webinar
In partnership with the Association of Indiana Counties (AIC), a team of Apex HR, legal, and clinical and financial analytics experts will host a discussion entitled “The Government Sector and COVID-19: Cost Concerns and Return to the Workplace Challenges.” Apex experts will help asses considerations for employee well-being upon returning to the workplace and probable impact on already tightened budgets.
The New Work-Life Realities
What Support Your Employees Are Looking For
Apex Benefits and MetLife
John and Scott assess the complexities of the new blended work-life world and share practical tips to ease the burden for your employees.