In planning to return to the office, companies need to consider their options to make the workplace as safe and healthy as possible for returning employees. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach, but it doesn’t have to be a difficult process.
This article, written by Carlo Torrano and Amy Bradac, originally appeared in Hotel Management magazine. It’s no secret that hotel occupancy rates have plummeted since the coronavirus pandemic hit. Both leisure and out-of-town business travel have nearly ground to a halt. Meanwhile, properties sit idle with high vacancy rates. For some hotels, particularly those located
As businesses start to bring their workforces back to the office, there are many questions to consider. Is your space set up for physical distancing? Does it require changes to support health and cleaning? Are you considering changes to better support team collaboration? It’s time to consider if you should undergo some renovations, think about