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Future of Work

The future is now, 78% of employees desire flexible hybrid work. Enable a great hybrid work experience and drive your business forward with ReturnSafe. 

 

A small perk for employees, a giant return for your business

Assure employees that you are proactively addressing their desire for hybrid work, engagement and a healthy workplace  — for the price of a cup of coffee per month.

Business value of ReturnSafe

According to studies:

  • 78% of employees want flexibility
  • COVID absenteeism costs employers
    $1 billion per week
  • Companies with high employee engagement are 21% more profitable
Make the future of work happen for your organization today. We'll help tailor your workplace programs for a more resilient and happier workforce.

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High employee satisfaction

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Minimal business disruption

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Compliance with regulations

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Improved engagement and productivity

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Become a great place to work

What is needed to successfully manage the workplace and workforce of the future

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Hybrid Work Management

Insights and tools to give employees the flexible work they want while empowering managers to be the team quarterback. 

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Employee Engagement

Connect people to each other in a virtual office.  Give employees ways to communicate and share sentiment in real time.  

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Healthy Workplace Management

Give HR insights and tools to enable a healthy workplace.  Give employees confidence in coming to the office.

Tailor policies and programs to meet your employee and business needs

COVID Safety
Hybrid Work
Business Criticality
Employee Factors
ReturnSafe-Endemic

Design programs and policies based on:

  Vaccination status

  Testing program

  COVID risk in your population

  Pandemic preparedness (insurance)

ReturnSafe-Flexible-Work

Design programs and policies based on:

  Location of work: Office, home, field, etc.

  Employee function: Sales, front line, office, customer service, etc.

  Level: Individual contributor, line leader, manager, executive

ReturnSafe-Business-Criticality

Design programs and policies based on:

  Critical to business continuity (e.g. plant operations)

  Degree of workplace location flexibility

  Need for in-person collaboration

ReturnSafe-Employee-Factors

Design programs and policies based on:

  Risk stratification based on personal factors

  Employee age and health status

  Low engagement employee segment

  Employee segments fatigued by change/pandemic

  Home situation

Address employee needs

Scenario #1

Jason is a caregiver to an elderly family member. This personal factor increases his COVID risk level. He takes all possible precautions in his work and personal life to mitigate this risk.

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Scenario #2

Margaret is concerned about the risk level among the population that she works with. Are they vaccinated? Are they testing when needed? Are they being cautious? Generally, Margaret is comfortable when she knows she is among people who view the risks like her.

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Scenario #3

Elaine has a child that attends school in person and remotely and needs the flexibility to work from home when needed. This was not her situation prior to the pandemic.

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Scenario #4

Carl is not confident that the CDC guidelines are sufficient. He would be happy to know that his employer is going above and beyond these guidelines to assure his safety.

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Scenario #1

A major department store cuts store hours at all of its stores as COVID cases spike and retailers face new staffing challenges.

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Scenario #2

A manufacturer estimates it costs $1 million per day if they have to shut down due to a COVID outbreak.

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Scenario #3

A national restaurant chain looked empty, yet there was a one-hour wait for a table due to staff shortages.

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Scenario #4

Eight hundred dockworkers (10% of all workers) in Long Beach were out due to COVID, impacting an already disrupted supply chain for many businesses.  

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Scenario #5

During the "The Great Resignation" phenomenon, many employees quit, which caused HR burnout. Each employee loss costs $11K and retraining new talent would take months.

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Minimize business disruption

Situational awareness is key to transparency and minimal disruption

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Positive cases at the workplace

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Future of Work maturity model

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COVID-19 case predictor

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U.S. state guidance

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