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Getting 18,000 COVID test kits to a customer who needed them to fulfill their business
Zoom fatigue is so last year. Now we call it burnout.
To say that 2020 and 2021 were eventful years would be an understatement. Although COVID-19 was making headlines and was continually top of mind for us all, business still needed to get done—somehow. And it did in abundance, with creative solutions that worked immediately and for the long term. Working remotely, for instance, became a way of life, which led to a plethora of virtual meetings.
Employees Look for Pandemic Hygiene Protocols to Become Permanent
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.
“Are we there yet? Are we there yet?” That’s the universal—and often repeated—question asked by every kid from the back seat of their parents’ car after just a few hours on the road heading toward a much-anticipated cross-country family vacation.