New Jersey coworking operator WorkSocial is addressing new challenges faced by the coworking industry head-on, particularly when it comes to keeping their workspaces clean.
“We are living in an age, with COVID-19 front and center for our guests and our associates,” said Natasha Mohan, President, and CEO of WorkSocial. “From the day COVID entered our cognitive space we began to take radical steps of cleanliness, hygiene, and social distancing. I just want my clients knowing when they walk through the doors of one of our offices, their health and safety is my priority.”
The company has compiled information from scientists and infectious disease experts to implement protocols that will keep their members safe and healthy. It will include the use of disinfectants recommended by the CDC and the WHO, hand sanitizing stations, signage to encourage physical distancing guidelines and ultraviolet technology to increase sanitation practices.
Members will also have prevention kits in their offices for personal use which will include face masks, gloves and UV wands.
Additionally, tenants can use their phones to open doors, access the space and make requests through Slack to minimize high contact areas and enhance distancing.