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  • Does your organization have a dedicated team of leaders to drive recovery/reopening activities and who can make company-wide decisions?

  • Who will be on the Recovery Team and is there adequate representation from major lines of business and/or shared services?

  • Will you need to identify new roles and responsibilities for these Team members?

  • What are the prescribed roles and responsibilities of the Recovery Team?

  • How will the Recovery Team communicate with employees, vendors, customers, and partners and when will communications begin?

  • What processes and procedures are required to ensure a safe transition back to normal retail operations?

  • What triggers will the Recovery Team use to identify when to return to normal operations and how will your retail business make that transition while preparing for a potential second wave?

  • Determine Transition Plan - Does your re-opening plan include a ‘Dry run’, ‘Prestart’, or ‘Soft opening’ phase to test your plan and adjust where needed?

  • Determine Which Provincial/Territorial Store Opening Rules Apply To Your Retail Format/Category

  • Return to work team, who should be included.

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Developing A Return To Work Action Plan Checklist

  • Identify Who Returns To Work And When.

  • Consider Potential Changes In Pay, Hours, Schedules, Duties, Wage/Hour<br>1. Identify Critical Employee Groups<br>2. Evaluate Hiring Practices/Hiring Needs In Light Of Covid-19

  • Assess Employee Benefits Offerings<br>1. Pay Close Attention to Programs Addressing Mental & Physical Health<br>2. Consider Instituting New Health & Safety Programs<br>3. Determine Which Workplace Safety Laws And Regulations Apply Across Jurisdictions<br> - Ensure Your Training Manuals Are Up-To-Date

  • Workplace Policies And Other Practices; Training; Work-From-Home Policies/Procedures, Security Measures<br>Including PPE Policies For Employees Across Your Organization (Stores, Distribution Centres, Ecommerce, etc.)<br>Consider Screening/Testing Measures For Employees

  • Transition From Furlough<br>Determine How To Handle Refusal To Work And Requests For Accommodations

  • Establish Well-defined Protocol For Dealing With Suspected And Confirmed Employee Cases Of<br>Covid-19

  • Determine Rules For Visitors, Vendors And Other Workers In The Workplace

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