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Women are seeing an increase in wage disparity due to the current pandemic-induced recession. Studies show a major factor is the larger female representation in “high-contact” service sectors where social-distancing requirements have caused an economic downturn.
With some businesses reopening throughout the United States, you may be considering having some of your employees come back to the office. While some employees may be eager to feel a sense of normalcy again and interact with coworkers (while social distancing of course), others may be concerned about returning to the office.
As the national economy reopens, an unprecedented number of workers will be required to wear face masks in the workplace for the first time. Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (the Act), employers must provide a safe work environment for their workers. For many, this will include properly training workers on how to adequately use face masks at work.
There’s little doubt that COVID-19 has left a permanent mark on the workforce. Millions of workers have been forced to adjust to working remotely or work under quarantine conditions for the first time in their careers. Combined with the fear of contracting the virus, all employees anxiously watch as their peers become another unemployment statistic -- wondering if they will be next.
There are many fears surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. Employers can prioritize their workers' health by creating a self-care plan. Here's what to know.
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