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Editor's Note: This sample communication provides information to employees who will be expected to prepare to transition back to an in-office work environment. An update about an in-progress return to the office or other worksite should include information about worksite reopening and can include communications about other topics of heightened interest to employees in traditionally office-based roles as needed. Review the Sample Communication to Temporarily Remote Employees, the Sample Communication for Continued Long-Term Remote Work, the Sample Update for Continued Long-Term Remote Work, and the Sample Update for Indefinite Long-Term Remote Work. To review state-specific laws and regulations on workplace pandemic requirements, see State L&E Developments.
Our in-office testing program has gotten off to a great start. We're into our [WEEK/MONTH] of testing everyone coming into the [LOCATION] building, and I'm very pleased to say that [WE HAVE YET TO SEE A POSITIVE TEST RESULT/OUR PROCESS HAS WORKED FOR ANY POSITIVE TEST RESULTS]. We're still confirming a testing program for the [OTHER LOCATION] office that we hope to have up and running [WEEK/MONTH].
We also rolled out proximity tracking technology that assists employees with social distancing (alerting you when you are within six feet of another tracker). This allows us to instantly determine who's been in close contact with anyone who may test positive. Using proximity testing will enable us to speed up the contact tracing process and the alerting of employees in the event there is a positive test result.
These enhancements to our facility safety protocols make the office safer than ever for employees. And the feedback I'm getting from employees who've returned to the office has been extremely positive based on the range of health and safety measures we've put in place—not to mention the [ANY OTHER BENEFITS AND/OR IN-OFFICE PERKS OFFERED BY THE COMPANY]!
Since my last note, we haven't seen much progress locally on vaccine availability to broader populations. We still encourage you to register as soon as you are able in your local jurisdiction, and we'll continue to work with the [LOCAL GOVERNMENT(S)] to facilitate appointments as soon as vaccines are available for those in later phases.
The mandatory return-to-office training was just updated on [LINK TO ORGANIZATION INTRANET HOME PAGE]. You don't have to retake the training, but we're now asking everyone who has not taken it (and are assigned to work in [HEADQUARTERS LOCATION AND OTHER LOCATION]) to do so before the end of [WEEK/MONTH].
As always, you can find the latest RTO information on [LINK TO ORGANIZATION INTRANET HOME PAGE]. Please remember to notify HR and facilities at [EMAIL ACCOUNT] at least three business days before you wish to enter the building, and only after completing the training.
If you have any other questions, please contact HR at [EMAIL ACCOUNT].
It's hard to believe we've been working apart from one another for nearly a year, but better days are ahead for all of us. I hope you continue to stay safe and healthy as spring approaches.
[Director of Human Resources]