Updated Considerations for Returning to a Healthy Workplace
Saxton and Knoll have an unwavering commitment to helping organizations with everything they need for their associates to come back to the workplace and feel safe, when the time is right.
The biggest changes that we suggest upon arrival have to do with the safety, circulation and density. Our suggestions and solutions fall into three groups: Away, Adapt and Add.
Explore the updated and consolidated Considerations for Returning to a Healthy Workplace, now organized by Arrive concepts presented at Knoll Design Days. The updated guide also includes Planning for Workstations and Shared spaces in a single document with new, enhanced renderings. Also check out the other tools to support returning to the workplace:
- Reimagine the Workplace
- COVID-19 Safety Signage
- COVID-19 Response Assessment
- Tips to Ease Employees Back to the Workplace Post-COVID-10 and Give Them Confidence in Their Work Environment
- Checklist for Preparing the Workplace for Your Employees
- Workstation Enclosure and Space Delineation
- Screens – Adding Enclosure to Spaces Around the Workplace
- Local Company Makes Changes for a Safe Return to Work
We shape the human experience by creating spaces where people thrive. We leverage our unique concept of “think beyond” to shift the focus from the immediate to the future, from purchase price to long term cost of ownership, from what you can see to what you can’t see that really matters. We look at space as a part of your strategy to success.
Saxton is owned and operated by President Kim Augspurger and is a Targeted Small Business, Women Minority Owned in the State of Iowa, as well as certified as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise.
Kim also owns the local Falkbuilt branch bringing Digital Component Construction to Iowa. We would love to give you the ins and outs about how Falkbuilt will transform your space, shrink your schedule and reduce your environmental footprint. So, get your questions ready, and pop us an email or give us a call. Let’s talk Falk.