While the state is still staying home, there’s no time like the present for companies to make post-lockdown plans. Real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield reached out to Hip New Jersey with some thoughts on the near-future of offices.
Cushman & Wakefield, who manage commercial spaces, want to help their employees–and clientele–envision a safe return to work. Following Gov. Murphy’s outline for reopening New Jersey, timing is ripe for strategies on keeping offices clean and healthy.
A key framework for the firm is what they call the “Safe Six,” a six-part strike plan for preparing both spaces and employees. From new cleaning schedules to helping manage workers’ anxieties about going into the office again, the Safe Six aim to make transitioning back as smooth as possible under such hard circumstances.
In addition to the Safe Six, Cushman & Wakefield has the “Six Feet Office,” a social distancing plan for workplaces. The firm is testing the program at their Amsterdam location, where walking routes and cleaning policies help keep employees safe.
“We started the Six Feet Office project…to get the world safer and back at work sooner,” said Jeroen Lokerse, head of the Dutch branch in an online statement. “We believe that a safe and healthy workplace is at the center of what’s next in business.”
To learn more about Cushman & Wakefield’s advice for reopening safely, check out their website.
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