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New Resource Kit – Return to Work: Contact Tracing and Beyond

As organizations across the globe start the tenuous process of opening the workplace for their employees, employers are looking to implement Contact Tracing to ensure a safe return to work for the employees. In an April survey of U.S. chief financial officers, 22% of them indicated that their companies planned to incorporate contact tracing into their workplace reopening plan.

Return to Work: Contact Tracing and Beyond, a new resource kit from Everbridge, will the many misconceptions about how contract tracing works, who it should apply to, and how to implement it and will recommend specific capabilities that businesses should consider when selecting contact tracing solutions.

The topics covered are:

  • Key components of a successful return to work strategy
  • How to protect your employees while respecting their privacy
  • Using technology to deliver a holistic picture of potential exposure
  • What to look for when selecting a contact tracing tool

Download Return to Work: Contact Tracing and Beyond here.

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