Onboarding Safety & Security of Staff
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Onboarding Safety & Security of Staff

Providing a safe environment for your guests starts with providing a safe environment for your team members that are coming back to work.  Health & Wellness takes on an even greater importance with your team.  It has ALWAYS been a best practice that someone that is sick should NOT be working in your center, but we often would allow someone that was not feeling well to work their shift and even “thanked” them for sticking it out.  That will no longer be a responsible option going forward.  

Below are a series of Safety & Security Steps for consideration with your team.  Some may be recommendations or even requirements by state or local governments and others may be just practices you choose as a leader to put into your new operating practices.  It is not the intention of Bowling University to suggest that all of these should be adopted but merely a resource to allow you to choose what you think is important to provide a safe and secure work environment. 

Whatever safety and security measures you choose to put into place, your team will need to be informed and trained to these new standards and resources prior to reopening as part of their onboarding training. It is recommended that this take place during your orientation training prior to opening back up for business.

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