Companies consider hastening return of workers to office – Insights from The Wall Street Journal

It’s been more than a year since the majority of the global workforce were relegated to their home offices. As more people receive the Covid-19 vaccine, companies have been slowly planning on bringing workers back to offices. In the United States, the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) has relaxed regulations for those who have received the inoculation. The announcement said that those who have received the vaccine don’t have to wear masks or adhere to social distancing requirements under certain conditions. These relaxed rules now have companies in the US wondering whether they should bring workers in earlier than anticipated. The Wall Street Journal reports that some companies, like Walmart, have already adjusted to the new regulations. “Walmart said it would no longer require vaccinated workers and shoppers to wear masks in stores and warehouses outside of municipalities that require it, and Costco Wholesale Corp. announced a similar policy”….

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