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'Pingdemic' causes many to feel uncomfortable returning to work

A couple of weeks ago, approximately 600,000 people were pinged to self-isolate on the NHS app. This has caused many to feel uncomfortable returning to work securely, and as a result, there has been a lot of pushback from employees in relation to returning to work and their legal rights in recent days. 

Working from home has its own set of challenges; people are rarely seen in their environments or by their colleagues so there has been a lack of awareness in the stress levels that have arisen, and others have been unable to notice the challenges or mental health states that have arisen in certain isolated people. 

 

At HealthBoxHR our tools, such as ClearPass and the Vaccination Tracker, offer full visibility for both employees and employers about the safety of returning to work. ClearPass allows employers to check on the wellbeing of their employees every day, making sure no one has any symptoms, and if they do, they will be notified not to come into work before this could affect their colleagues. To further protect the whole workforce, our Vaccination tracker provides fool-proof verification of an employee’s COVID-19 vaccination status, completely removing the need for paper documentation ensuring that the information is safe, secure and easily accessible.

 

We’re here to help businesses help make their employees feel comfortable when returning to work. 

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