Modjoul Blog

Operating Loss Amid Quarantine

By Josh Turner on June 18, 2020 in Screening, Return to Work, Modjoul Health, COVID-19, Mobile App, Social Distancing, Contact Tracing

Having an efficient screening process in place on the front-end is currently of the utmost importance in a company.  Implemented social distancing and contact tracing measures on the back-end work together with screening to prevent and minimize...

COVID-19: Not the World’s First Pandemic

By Sarah Essich on June 16, 2020 in Screening, Modjoul Health, COVID-19, Social Distancing, Contact Tracing

The Modjoul team, like many of you, are located across the country where protocols and policies regarding the response to coronavirus have varied wildly. For some of the hardest hit states, stay-at-home orders lasted months and it felt like an...

To Beacon or Not to Beacon: Emerging Technologies in the Age of Social Distancing

By Shridhar Kulkarni on June 11, 2020 in Return to Work, Modjoul Health, COVID-19, Mobile App, Social Distancing, Contact Tracing

With workplace COVID-19 safety at the forefront of public awareness, Contact Tracing and Social Distancing (CTSD) have carved out two new major groups of wearables that are emerging in the tech industry.

Modjoul’s Answer to Social Distancing & Contact Tracing

By Josh Turner on June 4, 2020 in Modjoul SmartBelt, Return to Work, Modjoul Health, COVID-19, Mobile App, Social Distancing, Contact Tracing

Earlier in the week, Sarah educated us on what social distancing and contact tracing actually mean and touched on some of the ways employers are attempting to enforce and track the two. In deciding what plans, processes, and products to put into...

In the Workplace: Social Distancing and Contact Tracing

By Sarah Essich on June 2, 2020 in Workplace Wearables, Workplace Safety, Screening, Return to Work, COVID-19, Mobile App, Social Distancing, Contact Tracing

If you had asked yourself or any of your coworkers several months ago about the concept of social distancing or contact tracing, my hunch is that not many of you would have a clear definition or further, the ability to clearly lay out a plan for...

The Changing Landscape of the Sales Role Since COVID-19

By Austin Walker on May 28, 2020 in Workplace Safety, Screening, Return to Work, Modjoul Health, COVID-19, Mobile App

Sales has always been about problem solving and helping prospects/ clients reach solutions to their biggest issues. However, when COVID-19 reared its ugly head and our prospects and existing clients began shutting down and laying people off it...

Back to School with Modjoul Health

By Lucas Bradford on May 26, 2020 in Safety Training, Screening, Modjoul Health, COVID-19, Mobile App

As colleges and universities have spent the last two months trying to wrap their minds around the new COVID-19 reality, they have been pressed to come up with a plan that meets today’s challenges. At the moment, there doesn’t seem to be a...

The “New Normal” in Healthcare

By Josh Turner on May 14, 2020 in Screening, Modjoul Health, COVID-19, Mobile App

Normal is defined as a usual, average, or typical state or condition. Of course, we all feel just how relative that definition is now. What we used to consider normal is vastly different than the “new normal” of 2020 and beyond. Will we forever...

The Advantages of Modjoul’s Health App

By Josh Turner on May 5, 2020 in Workplace Safety, Screening, Return to Work, Modjoul Health, COVID-19, Mobile App

Screening. Who knew that one word would drastically affect so many companies in 2020 on a daily basis? It is a necessary, albeit sometimes scary, process as we all move forward in our new normal. There are many different ways employers are...

Building Patron Confidence in a COVID-19 Landscape

By Lucas Bradford on April 30, 2020 in Return to Work, Modjoul Health, COVID-19, Patron Confidence

The onset of the global health crisis has grounded all kinds of businesses to a halt. There is general confusion and concern about when and how the service industry will reopen in a way that is safe for employees and patrons.