Bob Cox quoted in the WBJ’s “Reopening Central Mass. businesses adjust to the new normal”
Phase II of the state’s reopening plan has allowed more businesses to open their doors for customers. However, it isn’t business as usual. Businesses have been making changes to keep both employees and patrons safe. In addition to being featured on the cover, Bob Cox spoke with the WBJ about Bowditch’s reopening plan and how in-person meetings are being conducted safely. Below is an excerpt from the article:
Cox said Bowditch’s operations team looked closely at the use of office space. To remain below 25% of maximum occupancy, it’s now limiting the number of conference rooms in use at any given time. It’s spacing out seating within rooms for social distancing purposes, getting rid of pens and papers in common spaces so people are not touching objects, and cleaning shared rooms before and after they’re used.
Continue reading, “Reopening Central Mass. businesses adjust to the new normal” on the WBJ website.