USA Today: Millions Can't Work From Home, Are They Safe?
“Those who work in essential positions are no doubt feeling heightening anxiety as the outbreak continues,'' says Andrew Challenger, vice president of outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc. "Companies are changing shifts so that fewer people are working together. Some companies are offering higher pay to their teams who have to go to work during the outbreak.”
"It is imperative for employers of these workers to provide some basic measures of protection, including soap and water, hand sanitizer, and sanitizing wipes, and telling sick workers to stay home.” says @AndyChallengeHR. #covd19 #humanresources #chro https://t.co/538awMOzmE
— ChallengerGray (@ChallengerGray) March 26, 2020