reports. Writing in a memo to staff , Ryan stated "we have concerns that we cannot adequately safeguard the health of our employees with a return to office work."
"We thought it would be a matter of a few weeks before we could safely return," Ryan said. "[But] we have concerns that we cannot adequately safeguard the health of our employees with a return to office work.”
"We are all anxious to get back to the collegial environment of The Post and enjoy the chance to interact in person with our colleagues," the 65-year-old Ryan continued. "However, in making this decision, the safety of our employees will be the determining factor."
He also urged employees, who were initially told to work from home on March 11, to use vacation time over the summer.
"While there are certain steps that we can implement in our internal work spaces, there are risks associated with building common spaces, food services and transportation. I’ve asked that we use a 'portal to portal' standard to examine all risks that Post employees might face from the moment they leave their home until they return at the end of their workday," Ryan added.