Workplace Commons

COVID-19 Workplace Commons is a worldwide community dedicated to enabling the sharing of information on workplace practices. 

Currently, there is a lack of real-world, timely and accessible data on workplace reopening testing approaches and other workplace changes due to COVID-19. As a result, employers, policy makers and funders are in need of data and information to make informed decisions about back-to-workplace policies, practices and priorities.

ASU, in collaboration with the World Economic Forum (WEF), developed a survey to collect and enable access to anonymized data that is unique to different industry sectors and geographical locations. The collected information on who was tested, how frequently, with what test, and at what cost, contact tracing, response and preparedness needs, and anticipated challenges in the short- and long-term.

The Workplace Commons benchmarking survey includes responses from more than 1,000 companies worldwide. Survey findings will be published in November, and our interactive dashboard will be available on this Workplace Commons website.

Preview dashboard visualization

Case Studies

These case studies spotlight some of the 1,000 companies worldwide whose responses will be shared through the Workplace Commons dashboard launching in November. Through multiple interviews, these organizations have shared how they handled the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure workplace safety and business continuity. 

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Ada Health

International SOS

Yara International ASA