NJ employers grateful for guidance but still wary of return to in-person work, says business advocate

Christina Renna of Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey on adjusting to eased restrictions

Gov. Phil Murphy announced this week that masks will become optional for vaccinated office workers starting June 4, as the governor lifts the work-from-home order and tells employers they have the OK to bring staff back to the office.

Here to talk about how businesses will adjust to the eased restrictions is Christina Renna, President and CEO of the Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey.

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