CR Solutions’ Technology Fueled Office Reopening

The four pillars of our strategy—hygiene, distancing, screening, and masks

After a months-long shutdown and remote work due to COVID-19 concerns, on June 1 CR Solutions began a gradual reopening to welcome employees back to our New York and Georgia offices.

CR Solutions Back in the Office“We are committed to surpassing safety and health best practices,” said CR Solutions President Joshua Rogove. “Our office spaces and work schedules have been reconfigured to reduce the chances of COVID-19 transmission between people. The rigorous application of safety and health protocols means our team of wrap-up professionals can return to the workplace and continue to focus on client solutions.”

All protocols are based on the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control, and federal, state, and local governments.

Reopening safely

“This global crisis has challenged everyone to work together in new ways,” said CR Solutions CEO Paul Linssen. “We adapted quickly to serve our clients with tremendous care with our team working from home. Now we have carefully reopened our offices with a thoughtful, deliberate approach, that takes people and their behaviors and concerns into account.”

Our return-to-work protocols include:

  • Staggered schedules/staffing
  • Restricted travel
  • Temperature monitoring at home prior to going to the office
  • Masks required when unable to maintain 6 feet social distancing
  • Increased office sanitation and employee hygiene
  • Cubicles for separation of work areas
  • Kitchen access limited to minimize exposure to high touch areas
  • Use of outdoor gathering space for meetings
  • The use of social distancing technology by Triax
  • Continual monitoring of federal, state, and local guidance and adjusting operations accordingly


Maintaining social distance can be difficult in the workplace. Improving on recommended protocols, CR Solutions provides employees with social distancing and contact tracing technology using TraceTags™ clipped to their shirts. When employees move too close together, the TraceTag™ alerts them with a flashing red LED light and audible alarm that they need to move apart.

“Having a log of all employee interactions for contact tracing, in the event that an employee is diagnosed with COVID-19, will help to accelerate containment and isolation,” said CR Solutions COO Jennifer Phillippi.

“This is just the start of our work to evolve the workplace and make our community safer. Everyone has a part to play in slowing the spread of COVID-19,” Phillippi said. “We take this role seriously and are proud of our path forward, working in our offices and taking strong measures to mitigate the spread of the virus.”

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