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PRESENTING: A step-by-step action plan for effectively reopening your office

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As states begin to lift stay-at-home orders, it's time to consider what coming back to the office means for your business. And if you think it's time to bring your employees back to their cubicles, there are a couple of precautions you must take first. 

From stocking up on hand sanitizer to instituting a symptom-monitoring protocol, there are many updates you'll have to implement to adjust workplace policy. Luckily, doctors, business leaders, and lawyers have already thought about the exact things every company must do to ensure worker safety.

Here's what they said managers should do to prepare for coworking in the same space while keeping COVID-19 away.

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