10 Ways Property Managers Can Make Social Distancing Safer at Work

As businesses reopen and people return to the office, it’s important to have social distancing measures in place to keep people as safe as possible.

While we don’t know what the post-pandemic future holds (or even when it will arrive), we know that social distancing at work is here to stay as long as the coronavirus and COVID-19 are with us.

Some property management offices can let their staff work remotely, which is often the safest option and may be for some time. Still, as businesses reopen and people return to work, it’s important to have social distancing measures in place to keep people as safe as possible. Here are some ways property managers can make the slow transition back to in-office or onsite work safer.

1. Limit visitors to your offices

It might be nice to have the family pop in for a surprise visit or to have lunch with a friend, but it’s probably time to rethink an open visitation policy. As long as there’s a health concern due to the pandemic, now might not be the best time to let visitors step into your offices.

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