At some point, we will go back to our offices. And when that happens, many of us will be faced with a choice about how much information we’re comfortable sharing with our employer about our health and COVID risk levels. In this video, learn how to ask key questions to assess what information you should share.
- While it's been nice … taking conference calls in our pajamas, … the reality is that most of us will be asked … to go back to work at some point. … And when that happens, many of us will be faced … with a choice about how much information … we're comfortable sharing with our employer … about our health and COVID risk levels. … So first let's tackle the health questions. … Most companies will conduct … temperature scans on a daily basis … before allowing employees back into office buildings, … or distribution centers, or even factories. … And in the US, the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission … has determined that, during the pandemic, … employers can require employee temperature checks or testing … without violating the Americans with Disabilities Act. … Employers may also combine temperature scans … with more invasive health questions, though, … such as whether an employee … has a sick family member at home, … or symptoms of the COVID such as a cough or the chills. … And some employers may even go as far …
- Describe the risks of impaired privacy.
- Explain how technology can be used to track location and proximity.
- Describe precautions you should use when working from home.
- Explain precautions you should take before allowing your child to use devices with internet connectivity.