Over the past two years, businesses around the world had to adopt new ways of working, being agile and resilient. Now, following the Food and Drug Administration’s full approval of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, expected approval of the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines and increased accessibility—we continue to make progress toward the “New Better” instead of a “new normal.”
In light of these developments, companies today are faced with the staggering task of developing return-to-office plans while navigating the ever-changing threat of COVID-19. What are the right return-to-office policies regarding vaccination requirements and in-person work exemptions that will best ensure the safety of the community at large? How can companies roll these policies out, enforce them and mitigate risk for all?
On this episode of “On Aon,” host Andrea O'Leary, Aon’s Senior Director of Culture and Change, welcomes Aon’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Neal Mills. They discuss the challenges and possibilities still facing all of us as businesses respond to the latest stage of the COVID‑19 pandemic.
Learn more about Aon’s work helping clients develop tactical and logistical plans for COVID-19 vaccinations in a recent webinar. The topic has also been a focus of recent Work, Travel and Convene coalitions.
For additional commentary from Dr. Mills, see his recent media coverage in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, CNBC Make It and CBS News. The “On Aon” podcast is available on Spotify, Stitcher, Simplecast and Apple Podcasts (iTunes).