The New Corporate Health Responsibility


After a year of working from home, wearing masks and social distancing, employees’ expectations of their employers and leaders have changed. Corporate leaders cannot rely on pre-pandemic thinking and protocols. Employees (and consumers as a whole) are looking, and watching to see what companies are doing to protect them - not just from COVID-19, but from all infectious diseases that threaten our health.


So what should corporate leaders do? Take the necessary steps to create a new standard for employee health and safety. Rethink the way your organization prevents the spread of infections, creating flexibility, encouraging working from home when sick, and implementing technologies, procedures, and protocols to protect the health of your employees and customers.


Access this free whitepaper to take a look at the post-pandemic employee’s renewed prioritization of health and what it means for employers as Americans return to the office.

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Sponsored by R-Zero:


R-Zero is the first biosafety company dedicated to making the spaces we all live, learn, work, and play safer and clinically clean. The company is on a critical mission to reduce the spread of infectious disease by making the best tools and technologies enabling safety accessible to all communities and organizations. R-Zero’s flagship product, Arc, is a touchless, hospital-grade germicidal UV-C device, proven to destroy over 99.99% of surface and airborne pathogens in a 1,000 sq ft space, in just 7 minutes. It’s the first UV disinfection system designed for every business, including education, hospitality, retail, healthcare and more. In making the best infection prevention technologies accessible to all, R-Zero is addressing key societal issues of trust and safety, ultimately creating a new standard for human health.