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How Agencies are Navigating Re-Entry for Clients and Employees

From Los Angeles to Miami, most U.S. cities are pushing ahead with reopening their economies, meaning businesses can begin to bring employees back to their offices, as long as local and state rules are followed.

Yet even with the green light, many companies are being cautious with the daunting task of the return and a desire to get it right with employees. Carmichael Lynch President Julie Batliner and other agencies heads chatted with PRWeek on how to navigate re-entry for both clients and employees.

“It’s time to notice what is working about remote working and find a long-term plan to carry that forward,” Batliner said.

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