This year has certainly been quite different for businesses, and the challenges of a pandemic are presenting offices with their own unique set of considerations. Energies that may once have been spent on quarterly reports, hiring initiatives, and 5-year strategic plans might now be diverted towards research and brainstorming on how to reopen an office space safely. As the way we move through the physical world has drastically shifted over the last few months, offices are looking for ways to communicate new practices, vocabularies, and expectations to their employees as buildings reopen for workers.
Recently we worked with professional liability insurer OMSNIC to produce a video to demonstrate new procedures for employees returning to the company offices.
OMSNIC is the leading provider of professional liability insurance to oral and maxillofacial surgeons, and its subsidiary, Fortress Insurance, provides professional liability insurance to general dentists and other dental specialists. Aike Zavala, Vice President of Human Resources, and Beth Stiff, Executive Assistant to President and CEO, thought that a video “would be an effective way to educate our employees of office procedure changes when they return to work. Our vision was to present the changes in an inviting way. We wanted our employees to feel at ease with the thought of returning to the office.”
We’ve enjoyed working with OMSNIC for several years now, making images for its corporate profile and annual report. Collaborating with them on a short video, an opportunity to translate our knowledge of light, composition, and clear communication from still images to moving ones, was a natural transition and another great extension of our teamwork.
“The guidance, support, patience and professionalism Andy and his team demonstrated for a brief video were outstanding,” Aike and Beth told us.
Thank you both so much! It was our pleasure to continue working together, allowing you to get back into the office so you can continue the work only you can describe best: “Serving and protecting oral and maxillofacial surgeons and dental professionals, enabling them to deliver safe patient care.”
We’re glad the video will help you return to work in the same safe manner!