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... 11   Literature Review Financial Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Airports In an October 2021 report, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) recognized the severe hardship COVID-19 placed on the U.S.
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... 12 Impacts of COVID-19 on Airport Work Models and Strategies beverage and retail. Some of the large- and medium-hub airports also used funding to avoid increasing airline rates and charges.
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... Literature Review 13   a powerful antidote, as research finds that people who engage in such activities report greater satisfaction with their lives overall" (Zubernis, 2022, p. 56)
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... 14 Impacts of COVID-19 on Airport Work Models and Strategies • Don't stay on your email all day. Constantly checking your inbox can be distracting and reduces your productivity.
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... Literature Review 15   handbook, which employees sign to acknowledge receipt and understanding of the remote work policy. To address accountability and productivity concerns, Mutz (2021)
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... 16 Impacts of COVID-19 on Airport Work Models and Strategies • Employer responsibilities (such as technical support, equipment provided, and expense reimbursements.) • Designated work areas and break times to avoid liability for injuries that are not work-related.
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... Literature Review 17   Ergonomic Considerations It is helpful to develop ergonomic guidelines for employees working remotely. Ergonomics, which is about reducing strain and fatigue by fitting tasks to the capabilities of the human performing them, is an important component in worker productivity.
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... 18 Impacts of COVID-19 on Airport Work Models and Strategies • Togetherness. Create opportunities for staff to be together.

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