While states continue to decide when businesses can open and who is allowed to go back to work, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has not yet created overarching regulations. Opening businesses too soon without a plan in place could create more issues than it solves. Travis Vance, a chairman on the coronavirus response task force for Fisher & Phillips has supplied information on what to do if employees are returning to work. First, a temperature-taking operation can create more problems if the business is larger, such as a production facility, because people would be waiting in line for a long time. Also, many people may not feel safe in returning to a brick and mortar office yet, so a plan for allowing people to work from home if they can is necessary. Another tip is to adopt an office-wide regulation on visitors and how customers will be handled.