On 1 June, South Africa moves to Level 3 with many sectors returning to operation. This will only be sustainable if companies re-open safely. 

To assist safe re-opening, the Return2Work coalition* has launched www.return2work.co.zaIt provides an easy-to-follow roadmap for small and large companies to ensure that all guidelines and resources are in one place.

* The Return2Work coalition includes Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator, the Public Private Growth Initiative (PPGI), Business for South Africa, Genesis-Analytics and many others.

5-step roadmap to follow to Return2Work safely and legally

3-step roadmap to safely remaining open

Visit the site regularly for the most up to date information available.

Get in touch at info@return2work.co.za or if you have a network of businesses that you want to share information about the site with you can apply to become a partner here.

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