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June 25, 2022
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Majority of U.S. employees fear returning to the workplace amid COVID-19

Envoy has released results from its Protecting the Workplace study, which claims that 73 percent of U.S. employees fear a return to the workplace could pose a risk to their personal health and safety. While a majority of employees say they do want to return to the workplace once COVID restrictions are lifted, 75 percent said they would consider quitting their job if they felt their employers’ actions to prevent COVID-19 were inadequate or inappropriate. As employers grapple with how to provide a safe workplace amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Envoy’s latest survey claims many workers – including those who have…
Majority of U.S. employees fear returning to the workplace amid COVID-19

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