It’s been over a year since the first case of COVID-19 was documented in the United States and a global pandemic was declared. In that time, we’ve learned a great deal about how COVID spreads within the community, at home, at school, and in the workplace.
For the last eight months, businesses have been planning for the day when they can safely bring employees and customers back into the workplace. Some regions around the country have kept COVID positivity rates low, while others are experiencing a third wave of infections. With the potential for a vaccine to be widely available sometime next year, we asked Miller’s customers about their plans and top concerns for returning to the workplace. Here’s what they had to say.
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In new research, global staffing firm Accountemps found that 90% of professionals admitted they sometimes come to the office with cold or flu symptoms. And worse yet, 33% of them ALWAYS go to work even when they’re ill with the cold or flu. Yikes! That’s not right, but it’s the real world.
The average snowflake floats down at 3.1 mph. That’s pretty slow. While snow is beautiful when it falls once it settles it can become hazardous. On average over 136,000 injuries, occur in the United States from icy roads. Here are a few tips to help staff and visitors avoid slips and falls this winter.
According to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study the peak month of the flu season is February. With brisk cooler temperatures every day the time to prepare facilities and offices for sniffles, sneezes and the flu is now. Please consider the questions below to anticipate the impact peak cold and flu season may have on your workplace.
How many times have you touched only one single paper towel on the roll? It’s not impossible. But a perforated paper towel roll in breakrooms or restrooms can lead to spreading germs. Also, a study found only 12 percent of people wash their hands before eating. So your lunch may not be safe after touching common surfaces in the breakroom. Encourage everyone to wash their hands often and have a proper hand drying system available. This blog explores three things you should know when evaluating the hygienic experience in your office.