That trek to the office is about to get a lot longer
Michael Bleby and Natasha Boddy - Financial Review
May 7, 2020 – 7.14pm
One business that has pivoted to help companies prepare for the return to the office is Mills Group, which manufactures retail displays and made sneeze guards for Aldi, Woolworths, pharmacies and petrol stations when the pandemic first began.
The Warriewood-based company in Sydney’s northern beaches has started manufacturing hygiene screens for industries, offices, schools, libraries and clubs and pubs and has manufactured more than 20,000 HyScreens since the pandemic began.
Daniel Green, of Mills Group: “Greater efforts to promote hygiene in all workplaces will continue, leading to better health and less absenteeism.” James Brickwood
“I think even with the ultimate relaxation of social distancing, those greater efforts to promote hygiene in all workplaces will continue, leading to better health and less absenteeism,” said managing director Daniel Green.