September 14, 2020
As we head into Fall, businesses are struggling to stay afloat and reopen safely, but we’re learning more about how Covid-19 is transmitted that may help business owners. A new study that tested multiple surfaces of a New Jersey oncology unit found no traces of the coronavirus, which indicates that strict cleaning and disinfecting protocols helped limit the virus’ spread. For more info on how Tulu can help businesses with proper sanitization contact our team.
"We've seen a lot of employers proactively taking steps in COVID-19 to make their workplaces safer in a pandemic. I think that is going to eventually be a perk for employment once
everyone starts to figure out how to make this COVID workplace
productive and profitable."
-Aaron Holt, labor and employment attorney with Cozen O'Connor
Safety becomes a job hunting concern
Safety is a new “perk” job seekers will look for when applying in the coming months, according to Business Insider. Experts suggest candidates research companies and their COVID-19 policies while applying for jobs. Read More
More Evidence of COVID-19 Airborne Transmission
A super spreading event on a bus in China adds to a large body of evidence indicating that the coronavirus can be transmitted by tiny particles that linger in the air, and not just through large respiratory droplets that fall quickly to the ground. As winter approaches, scientists worry about indoor spaces and transmission. Read More
A Data-Driven Look at Hospitality’s Recovery
In a new research study from Skift and Oracle hospitality, ninety percent of executives said they were considering or already adjusting the frequency of their cleaning and disinfecting procedures. Learn more about the study exploring the strategies and procedures that will help inform and guide the industry’s recovery plans. Read More
Don’t Let Fear Run Cleaning Budgets
As tenants slowly return to their offices and workspaces, communication about cleaning and sanitization practices is becoming paramount? But is over-communicating leading to “unnecessary cleaning or cleaning hype”? Read More
How have hotels been affected by COVID-19?
The American Hotel and Lodging Association released a report analyzing the state of the industry 6 months into the COVID-19 Pandemic. With somewhat grim results, we wonder what the future will hold for the hospitality industry?Read More