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Financial instability, bringing employees back to the office, and developing a COVID-19 vaccine policy are biggest obstacles facing businesses, finds Paychex, Inc.
Americans seem to be backsliding on their handwashing habits, according to the Bradley Corp.'s recent Healthy Handwashing Survey.
To remain competitive and retain top talent, U.S. employers should embrace workplace design focused on creating a collaborative culture, advises new white paper.
As President Biden unveils new efforts to tackle the climate crisis, ACEEE’s Wendy Koch reviews a survey that shows broad bipartisan support for energy efficiency measures.
Over 60% surveyed are fearful of the COVID-19 vaccine and 40% note they would consider leaving their organization if it required inoculation, raising issues for organizations navigating how to safely return to the office.
Facility executives are prioritizing three mission critical focus areas of a healthy building — people, places, and planet — finds Johnson Controls survey.
For most Americans surveyed, sitting too close to other spectators was a factor impacting their decision to return to stadiums for sporting events.
Nearly 40% of workers are happy their office won’t be hosting a holiday party in 2020, according to a recent survey by Convene.
Health and safety concerns are driving building improvements, and despite decreased occupancy, energy use in buildings dropped surprisingly little in 2020, Johnson Controls 2020 Energy Efficiency Indicator survey reveals.
Tampa, Miami, and Raleigh top list of U.S. cities where employees often log over eight hours a day at home, finds Robert Half research.
Ahead of the upcoming holiday shopping season, a new survey shows Americans are ready to return to stores, as long as proper cleaning protocols are in place.
While many women are finding support from employers, 62% of survey respondents agree the pandemic is negatively impacting workplace equity.
More than half of Americans may not feel at ease in public spaces for another six months, if ever, according to a new Delos survey.
Eighty-two percent of business executives say their companies will not be reducing office space in the coming year, according to a new AICPA survey.
Americans are worried about their health and safety when returning to work during the COVID-19 pandemic, especially the cleanliness of indoor air at their workplace, according to a new study by Aeroseal, LLC.
Nearly half of high school students surveyed are worried there won't be enough time to wash their hands at school.
A new report from Udemy provides a look at the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on American workers and the workplace.
Even as more retailers require shoppers to wear masks, a growing number of consumers feel unsafe in shopping malls, warehouse clubs, and big box retailers, according to a new survey.
DeVry University’s study of workplace sentiment reveals significant uncertainty about career stability, with 25% considering job changes due to COVID-19 crisis.
An Eagle Hill Consulting poll reveals only 25 percent of U.S. employees say their workplace culture fosters employee innovation and collaboration to deal with a crisis.
A new Cisco report uncovers forward-looking lessons for leaders navigating return-to-office strategies.
Nearly 70 percent of federal employees who telework want to increase telework, only three percent want to telework less than they did prior to COVID-19, finds a new survey from Eagle Hill Consulting.
Survey results help industry understand why worker injuries and fatalities occur each year from shock despite an electrical code being in place.
Companies are adjusting to the new work-from-home world with mental health support and workday changes.
As businesses reopen, employers should review and reaffirm their dress policies to ensure pajamas remain worn at home—and not at work.
Based on a June survey, 71% of Americans say they don't plan to download a contact tracing app, citing digital privacy concerns as the main reason.
A new survey reveals the majority of human resources executives expect the shift toward teleworking to continue, even one year after COVID-19 substantially subsides.
A new HiveIO study reveals legacy technology reliance cannot efficiently support a remote workforce and protect critical data.
National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions survey of more than 200 employers found 88% have a COVID-19 return-to-work task force in place.
More than half of office professionals who transitioned to a remote setup say they have better work-life balance without a commute, according to new Robert Half research.
Eagle Hill Consulting research finds 53 percent of workers say the availability of coronavirus testing would make them feel safe going back to work; 42 percent want to retain remote work flexibility.
As states start to lift COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, survey reveals CFOs expect changes in workplace safety measures.
Lack of N-95s, masks, face shields threaten workers in healthcare facilities in every state, in every size facility. Only 12% have received supplies from the Strategic National Stockpile.
Approximately 79% of organizations reported already experiencing negative impact of COVID-19, according to a S&P Global Market Intelligence survey.