Return to Work Strategy

While at present there is no formal end to the government’s restrictions on work or travel, other countries – including Spain and Italy – have begun to ease certain restrictions and it is possible that the UK may follow suit in a few weeks (although there have been warnings that we will face some forms of social distancing for some time to come) and organisations need to start thinking about what happens next.

As the timing and nature of any relaxation of restrictions is uncertain, it would be sensible for businesses to consider all the options and have the capability to move quickly from one scenario to another.

Organisations need to plan now for what is likely to be staged return to the workplace over what could be prolonged periods. Their guiding principle should be how organisations take care of their people and safeguard their health and well-being. Many people will be concerned and anxious about being in workplaces or travelling to workplaces. They will want to know that their organisation is retaining their support for physical and mental health and are changing their thinking about flexible and remote working. This should be at the heart of any decisions and plans that organisations make.

When your Peartree cleaning team return they will continue to focus on touch point cleaning as we did before the lock down.

We will also be introducing 3 new enhanced elements to our service.  

The aim is to provide a healthcare standard cleaning within corporate offices.