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Companies need to have clear strategies and plans in place to confront unexpected circumstances that affect their workforce. HR leaders are often at the frontlines of answering the tough questions about compliance, meeting employee expectations of workplace policies, and developing procedures to ensure employees work in a safe, productive environment.
The Covid-19 pandemic hit many organizations like a ton of bricks. The introduction of lockdowns, remote working, and mask and vaccine mandates made the blow even harder. It also demonstrated the vital need to have flexible, personalized tracking and reporting tools to track employee data and comply with ever-changing federal, state, and local rules and regulations that govern workplace health and safety.
Stay on Top of Change
Even though many states have begun to end their Covid-19 mandates, it’s important to understand that OSHA is still working on a more permanent mandate for vaccinations. OSHA has not released new information about these changes, but it’s expected by the end of 2022. This means that the need for proper documentation and compliance monitoring is still necessary for the United States. Do not shelve training and education efforts, regardless of the desire to get “back to normal.” Keep your policies updated and use the technology available to stay flexible.Read More