December 21, 2020
As vaccinations start to be distributed and the holidays approach, hope is growing for a newer “new normal” in 2021. But many industries are still facing hardship. How will different industries approach vaccines, cleaning, and more in the new year? For more info on how Tulu can help businesses with proper cleaning and sanitization contact our team.
“With COVID-19 vaccines in reach for workers, there indeed is reason to feel hopeful after a crushing year for families, businesses, and the economy. But the road ahead will be complicated for employers, as our research indicates. The workforce clearly is split on employer vaccine mandates, so it's going to be contentious no matter where an employer lands on inoculation requirements.”
-Melissa Jezior, president and chief executive officer of Eagle Hill Consulting
Employees Weigh in on Vaccine Mandates
In a new survey from Eagle Hill Research, Nearly half of U.S. workers say employers should require COVID-19 vaccines. But will upper management be able to enforce it? Read More.
Lodging Crisis Continues
As spiking COVID-19 cases further derail the travel and hospitality industry, the U.S. hotel industry is closing in on a bleak marker: one billion empty rooms in 2020. That’s $46 billion in lost revenue. Read More.
Shift Workers Surveyed for Year-End Report
Deputy released the 2020 Shift Work Report and highlighted the feelings of 1400 shift workers across the globe. They discuss what’s on the forefront of concerns for shift workers right now, how COVID-19 has changed the way they work, and how managers can keep up in 2021. Read More.
Hospital Housekeeping Staff Among First to be Vaccinated
As some of the most vulnerable workers throughout the pandemic, some hospitals are vaccinating their housekeeping staff in an attempt to keep them as safe as doctors and nurses. Will this trend continue for cleaning staff in other industries? Read More.
Healthcare Facilities Still Lacking PPE
In a new survey conducted by the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC), found that while healthcare personnel have better or more access to PPE than they did in the spring, many healthcare facilities have implemented PPE crisis standards of care. Reusing single-use masks and even respirator masks have become the norm for some facilities. Read More.