Anderson Reporting, Ohio Court Reporters, is offering advice for returning back to in-person work. Across the nation, people are returning to their jobs– but things are different. We are still in a global pandemic, meaning we all still have to be cautious. Whether your firm has returned to the office, or looking to do so soon, there are important steps everyone should take to keep themselves, their co-workers, and their families safe.As people return to their physical offices following quarantine, they are learning how to navigate resuming in-person meetings, conferences, and depositions. To some, in-person meetings may seem too risky to try, but for those who are willing to hold them, they can still remain safe. How? Socially distant conference rooms. Here are a few ways you can create a socially distant conference space.
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Here is some advice Anderson Reporting offers for creating a socially distant conference space:
“If your team is set up around a long table, make sure you have a seat or two between each person. If possible, have several small tables set up so each person can have their own designated space. Limit the amount of people in the meeting to only those who are required to be there. Also remember to wear a mask, keep distant from others when entering and exiting a room, and bring all your own supplies so you don’t have to borrow someone else’s.”
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