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Return to Work Guide

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We recognize that our clients are faced with many uncertainties and change as the pandemic evolves. Our number one goal is to be there for our clients offering the support, guidance and leadership that people expect from EUA.

With the residual impact and the changing needs of the market environments we support − workplace, industrial, learning, healthcare, science + technology, living and community − we continue to refine our approach, services and solutions. With safety and well-being at the forefront of these industry sectors, we are researching, innovating and sharing ideas on how we can deliver design solutions to support our clients’ unique and evolving needs.

Our design experts are asking probing questions to achieve desired flexibility, quantify capacities and assess technologies that deliver forward looking and high-performing design solutions. At EUA, we are passionate about what we do. We believe that design has the ability to elevate people's potential. Now, more than ever, our pace of innovation remains ready to serve our clients.

Return to the Workplace Guide

As you transition from “Safer At Home” to welcoming employees back safely, EUA suggests taking a holistic view of your organization to help you ultimately shape the “new normal” for your work environment. By aligning people, place and technology it allows your culture to authentically shine through, motivating employees to bring their best and whole selves to work - regardless of what it physically looks like moving forward.

No matter where you are in preparations for returning to your work environment, the alignment of people, place and technology can serve as a guide to ensure your culture is maintained throughout. This framework of questions and checklist of considerations details areas you might explore, as you seek to bring teams back and support workforces.

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For a detailed facility checklist, we recommend the AIA Re-Occupancy Assessment Tool.
Click here to see EUA's return to the workplace services.

Heather Turner Loth, MCR.w
Business Development Practice Leader : Principal

Heather Turner Loth is the Business Development Practice Leader and Associate with EUA working out of the Milwaukee office. Heather's passion for people allows her to excel at building relationships. Outside of work, she enjoys taking dance classes and traveling.