Meet with team smartData

April 17 - 21, 2023
Chicago, IL

The COVID-19 pandemic has posed new and incredible problems for millions of employees across the globe. In only a matter of weeks, the workforce at large has easily and strategically navigated the abrupt transition to remote employment, while preserving the symbiotic partnership between corporate stability and employee well-being.

We believe that workplace wellbeing extends not just to cleaning and disinfecting the office, but to good communication and signage strategies, and healthy office culture for COVID and beyond. Below preventive safety measures taken for creating a healthy and sanitary work environment for employees.

Sanitization of the entire premises

The health and safety of the employees is smartData’s management top priority. While the transmission of the virus might feel inevitable, the fact is that effective cleaning and disinfection routines can greatly reduce or eliminate the risk of a viral count of COVID-19 on surfaces and objects in the office. It’s all of our duty to maintain a clean environment and ensure every person feels safe coming in every day. Proper sanitization of all three locations have done to disinfect the surfaces. Hand sanitizers are mounted on all floors and input points to ensure the safety of hands.

Maintain regular communication

They say sunshine is the best disinfectant; in this case, the bright light of good communication is one of our first and best defenses against the physical and emotional aspects of navigating coronavirus. We are ready to reassure and support employees who may be going through a range of emotions and personal challenges as a result of the virus and containment efforts.

Prioritize physical distancing

With social distancing becoming the new standard, we have made changes to office layout as well. Larger spaces, fewer people, and the advent of the “six-feet office” are all starting to make our way into post-COVID-19 office designs.

With all above preparations #newsmartData ready to achieve more in the post COVID world.

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