While we are still taking new members, FUSE’s top priority is the health and safety of our members, their families, and their clients. Below you will see details of the safety measures we have implemented so far to adapt to these times. We know that everyone’s circumstances are different, and if you have suggestions for how we can better support you, please let us know. You can email suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our team will read every message we receive. We promise to listen to your concerns, learn from your feedback, and look for new ways for us all to navigate this situation with empathy.
Do I have to wear a mask at all times?
Face coverings or face masks must be worn at all times when in common areas except when eating or drinking. If you feel more comfortable wearing your mask while also at your workspace, you are more than welcome to.
Do you have hand sanitizer available?
Hand sanitizer is readily available throughout the space, please use before using frequently touched items.
Will I be able to socially distance in a coworking atmosphere?
Yes! Desks are strategically placed for optimal social distancing where applicable. We also encourage member to socially distance by maintaining a 6ft distance from each other while in the common areas. This is especially true at high traffic times such as the noon hour.
Are there professional cleaning measures in place?
We have professional cleaning done in the space every night M-F.
Can I meet with clients who are not current members of FUSE?
We understand that business must continue and for that to happen, meetings often must take place. We have many spaces for you to take conference calls, participate in zoom meetings, etc., and we ask that our members use these options for meeting with non-members while in the space.
Can I trial the space before I buy a membership?
Yes! We love to share our space for the day to prospective members. You can buy a drop in day pass here https://www.fusecoworking.com/drop-in/
I or someone in my household is showing symptoms. Can I still come to work?
We ask that if you or someone in your household is showing symptoms that you do not come to work. Our top priority is the health and safety of all our members, their families as well as their clients. We ask members to please follow CDC guidelines for returning to work after showing symptoms of COVID-19.
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