Employers Planning to Return Workers to the Office, But Who? Rmmote, Inc. Launched in November of 2020 to Address the Hazards Faced by Working from Home.
In a US Department of Labor weekly subscription newsletter for the week on November 13, 2020, it identified OSHA frequently cited standards violations indicating an increase in Subpart 1904 – Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses. This may be a result of not having an offsite work from home process or program in place.
As businesses move to reopen, employers are faced with who to bring back into the office. While some employees want to get back to the office environment, some are happy remaining at home. Identifying those employees at risk should be paramount in determining who to return to the office. Do you know which of your employees are at risk? Do you know who they are? Rmmote, Inc. provides organizations and employees a simple and thorough process to create a safe WFH environment. Rmmote's Work From Home Safe Place Analysis was designed to meet health and safety concerns associated with the majority of employees now working from home offices. Rmmote uses technology to ensure your employees' privacy. There are no in-home visits. If you would like to learn more about the survey or how to keep your WFH employees safe, contact email@example.com. Or visit at rmmote.com