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Seventy-seven percent of chief financial officers surveyed recently anticipate changing workplace safety measures upon returning to on-site work, according to a report released Tuesday by PricewaterhouseCoopers International Ltd.
Of the 305 CFOs surveyed April 20-22, 65% anticipate reconfiguring work sites to promote physical distancing, 52% anticipate changing and/or alternating shifts to reduce exposure and 50% expect a higher demand for employee protection, according to the report.
As states start to lift stay-at-home orders and reopen local economies, 52% of the respondents said their businesses could return to normal in less than three months if COVID-19 were to end immediately, according to the report.
Meanwhile, 32% of CFOs are now anticipating layoffs, up six percentage points from two weeks ago, and 53% said they are projecting revenue/profit losses to be greater than 10% this year.
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Employee safety is among top concerns for employers during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a survey of more than 900 employers conducted by law firm Littler Mendelson P.C.