If you live in a state where the governor hasn’t lifted your state’s mask policy, you can sit back and relax. It may frustrate or anger your employees, but you can sit back and say, “masks are required at work! End of story!”
For the rest of you, what was once a pain to enforce has now become a mystery. You need a policy regarding masks–even if your state doesn’t require them and you don’t require employees to wear masks. Your policy can’t simply be “no masks required!” Here’s what you need to think through.
The CDC advises while the state and OSHA make rules.
The Center for Disease Control said that fully vaccinated people (two weeks past the final immunization) do not need to wear masks indoors or outdoors. Your employees may latch onto this, but even the CDC reminds you that they don’t make the rules. They advise:
To keep reading, click here: Five Things to Consider When Writing Your Mask Policy