Irene Bassock, of counsel with Cohen & Buckmann, was interviewed by Harvard Business Review for its article, “Office Reentry Plans Must Account for Medically Vulnerable Employees.” The article discusses ways in which employers can support employees who are most vulnerable to the COVID-19, and others, to help them feel safe when returning to work after the nationwide shutdown caused by the pandemic. One of the suggestions is to have a process in place for fielding employees’ questions and concerns. Irene told the publication that planning is important, as is communicating with employees, who will have many questions. She explained that “having a clear process in place will help create greater alignment and mitigate conflicting messages.”

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