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Article describing the different approaches companies are taking to ensure a safe and productive return to work. From Fortune.

A survey of over 100 employers from all nine counties and across sectors in the Bay Area. From the Bay Area Council.

This slide deck provides a comprehensive guide to work, workforce and workplace planning. From Deloitte.

A thorough guide for human resource professionals planning for a return to work and workplaces. From the Society for Human Resource Management.

This article identifies key factors in planning for a return to work. From Fortune magazine.

These two articles report on surveys assessing employee concerns about returning to the workplace – and possible consequences. From the Human Resource Executive.

This survey of executives and employees found interesting gaps in perceptions and needs. From PWC.

Leading Harvard Business School professors weigh in on getting back to business, from strategic, operational and human resource perspectives. From Harvard Business School.

A guide to reopening emphasizes spatial planning. From Mercer.

Leading Harvard Business School professors weigh in on getting back to business, from strategic, operational and human resource perspectives. From Harvard Business School.

A guide to reopening emphasizes spatial planning. From Mercer.

This guide offers ideas for rethinking and creating safe and productive spaces. From Innovative Office Solutions.

This article highlights alarming trends in mental health problems and substance use across different population segments. From the Kaiser Family Foundation.

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