Modjoul Blog

Resurgence of Covid-19 in Europe: What Does it Mean for US Businesses?

By Praveen Nedumpully Govindan, PhD on October 13, 2020 in Workplace Safety, Screening, COVID-19, Contact Tracing

Earlier this year, after now-what-seems a relatively short stint of explosion of corona virus cases, Europe by and large managed to restrict the daily case number to smaller numbers. Countries like Italy and Spain, which saw the worst of the...

Preparing for the Second Wave

By Josh Turner on August 11, 2020 in Screening, Return to Work, COVID-19, Social Distancing, Contact Tracing

With the new normal well underway and our businesses and society adjusting to post-outbreak life, it would do us all good to take a quick breath and reflect. How has your organization responded? Are you in a state of survival? Are you...

COVID-19 & Your Workplace: OSHA Updates

By Josh Turner on July 15, 2020 in Screening, Return to Work, Modjoul Health, COVID-19, Social Distancing

Yes, we have heard by now that COVID-19 has forever changed our society, public interaction and workplaces. The alarming resurgence in spread and the record number of cases lets us know that we are nowhere near the end of this. The threats to...

13 Ways to Avoid Being THAT Company

By Eric Martinez on July 9, 2020 in Workplace Safety, IoT, Screening, Return to Work, Modjoul Health, COVID-19, Contact Tracing

After two months of listening and helping customers prepare for Covid-19, there are quite a lot of learnings that Modjoul has picked up along the way. It is clear companies are still in the test, pilot and implement stage. The quick solutions are...

3 Reasons Your Company Shouldn't Create A Screening App

By Sarah Essich on June 30, 2020 in Workplace Safety, Screening, COVID-19, Mobile App

Let's explore the following real life scenario: your company is slowly, but surely making plans for the much anticipated return to the workplace. The company's pandemic team has thoughtfully planned out the physical space to make it conducive to...

Manufacturing: Best Practices Amid the Pandemic

By Brittany Swafford on June 25, 2020 in IoT, Screening, Modjoul Health, COVID-19, Social Distancing

Since COVID-19 arrived in the US back in January, it has brought new challenges to every American’s day-to-day life. One of the United States’ most vital industries is being hit hard by the pandemic – the manufacturing industry. Forbes states...

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...

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...