How essential businesses can plan for the safe return of employees

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By Jaspreet Singh, Scott Aaronson, and Matt Silverman
Senior Partner, Integrated Communications

Even in the midst of a pandemic, not everything can be done virtually at essential businesses. How can you create back-to-office plans that leverage best practices, minimize risk to your employees, and maintain continuity of operations? And do all of that while focusing on what’s mission critical?  

Join experts from DTE Energy and the Edison Electric Institute for a closer look at the unique challenges utilities and other essential businesses face as they build safe and effective return-to-work plans.   

We’ll cover:

  • How to adapt quickly to shifting public health guidance and data.
  • How to create a back-to-work playbook for managing on-site personnel and hybrid work environments. 
  • How to communicate a back-to-work plan that instills confidence in your employees.
  • Making the case for implementing technologies that help ensure a safe return to work. 
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Meet the authors
  1. Jaspreet Singh, Director Supply Chain Management, DTE Energy
  2. Scott Aaronson, Vice President, Security and Preparedness, Edison Electric Institute (EEI)
  3. Matt Silverman, Senior Partner, Integrated Communications

    Matt is an expert in corporate communications with more than 20 years of experience. View bio

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  • COVID-19
  • Energy
  • Workforce