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Re-opening America series

Bill Baxley, Jeremy Jacobs, Thomas Fisher

Bill Baxley, Jeremy Jacobs, Thomas Fisher

Looking ahead to building trends in post-pandemic world

BY: WILLIAM MORRIS AND BRIAN JOHNSON, Finance & Commerce

The COVID-19 pandemic is poised to have a lasting impact on the way future offices and other public gathering places are designed, built and used.

(Deposit photos)

(Deposit photos)

Pandemic may reshape how, where we work

BY: DAN EMERSON, Special to Finance & Commerce

As businesses reopen and employees return to work, they’re entering a new world with “rules of engagement” rewritten by the dangerous coronavirus.

Brian Woolley, Mary Anne Sedey, Maureen Brady

Brian Woolley, Mary Anne Sedey, Maureen Brady

Businesses must prepare to meet employees’ need

BY: SCOTT LAUCK, Missouri Lawyers Media

The slow reopening of the economy is a welcome relief for businesses. It also brings a host of new challenges for employers.

(Deposit photos)

(Deposit photos)

Navigating a new normal for corporate practice

BY: JESSICA SHUMAKER, Missouri Lawyers Media

Ask Mary Moorkamp what’s next for her company’s in-house team and her peers as they weather the COVID-19 pandemic, and she responds with an expansive list of questions.

President Donald Trump watches as Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, holds up his face covering as he speaks about the coronavirus in the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House, Wednesday, April 22, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

President Donald Trump watches as Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, holds up his face covering as he speaks about the coronavirus in the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House, Wednesday, April 22, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

CDC compiles guidelines to help organizations reopen

BY: KEVIN FREKING AND MIKE STOBBE, Associated Press

Ask Mary Moorkamp what’s next for her company’s in-house team and her peers as they weather the COVID-19 pandemic, and she responds with an expansive list of questions.

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More headlines

Mall shoppers are scared to return when U.S. stores reopen

Bad data a given as investors game out reopening

Back to work? Companies finding it easier said than done

7 Midwest states partner on reopening the economy

$90 trillion question: How to get people back to work

Iran gambles on getting back to work with virus undefeated

Chinese struggle to return to work as virus controls ease

Many businesses cautious about restarting economy

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