Safety and health of Intersog employees are our ultimate priority at all times. Intersog is fully committed to protect the physical and financial security of our staff, so that everyone remains safe and healthy working from home, providing 100% high quality services to Intersog clients and supporting the continuity of company operations.
As an international company headquartered in the United States, we are following the interim guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, along with the technical guidance from the World Health Organization, as well as other guidelines from public health institutions in Canada, Mexico, Ukraine, and Israel, where Intersog offices and delivery centers are located, to adequately support and care for our employees.
That said, as part of the company strategy to cope with the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak, we have implemented a variety of precautionary measures to ensure that all employees can work remotely in the coming weeks.
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According to the guidelines mentioned above, we continue acting in accordance with our strategy to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among our employees and reduce the probability of working days lost due to illness, including but not limited to:
- More frequent on-site cleaning and sanitization across all Intersog’s offices.
- A "work from home policy" for our employees to reduce staffing posture across the offices until further notice.
- Promoting self-isolation and social distancing among our employees during the coronavirus crisis.
We maintain regular check-ups with our employees to keep them posted on the measures we implement. We strongly request that all of our employees let us know immediately if they may have been exposed to, or are confirmed positive for, COVID-19. We aim to protect the safety of every single one of our employees and their families and ensure that appropriate actions are taken swiftly.
We review and evolve our precautionary measures in accordance to the situation in each of the countries and respective adjustments in the governments’ guidelines.