Return to the Office

The R.T.O.
(Return to the Office)

The abbreviation R.T.O. stands for “return to the office” and was coined as a result of the pandemic. It’s a nod to how Covid-19 pushed numerous businesses to close their offices and abandon the buildings.

When the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a global health emergency in March 2020, companies throughout the world were forced to transition to remote working. Employees are thinking about returning to offices as usual now that the Covid pandemic has been brought under control and vaccination programs have been completed.

Not just R.T.O., the pandemic has witnessed a plethora of buzzwords that were created to describe the ‘new norm’ that we’re living in, such as WFH (work from home), hybrid work, flexible work, etc.

How to Plan Your
Return to the Office

Employers must ensure that their workplaces are as safe as possible. Employees and customers alike may be concerned about returning to the offices; preparing for and communicating how safety is a top priority will alleviate concerns and increase the sense of security.

Putting in place employee health screening procedures

Implementing a mask-wearing policy

Personal protective equipment (PPE) such as masks, gloves, face shields, hand sanitizer, and so on is provided.

Surveying employees regarding their vaccine status

Creating a vaccination policy that is either voluntary or mandatory

Establishing physical distancing measures within the workplace

Limiting business travel

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