COVID-19: Coronavirus Update from Snelling

The rise of coronavirus (COVID-19) has led to a need for all of us to quickly adjust our behaviors and standard practices. This will help minimize the wide-ranging impacts to our families, our businesses and our personal health. As a client partner, we want you to know that Snelling has activated our Business Continuity Plan. This allows us to continue to provide you with our services and prevent any undue impact on service availability. As in time’s past, the global community will come together during this time so that we can rise out of it even stronger.

What we’re doing to help:

We made proactive operational decisions to reduce the risk of exposure to our employees and help slow the spread of the virus. As a result, these are some of the key operational updates that we have implemented:

Activation of a Crisis Management Team. This team meets regularly to manage our communications and operational response to the pandemic. If you need further assistance, please reach out to our crisis team by emailing [email protected].
Adherence to general prevention practices. We are monitoring all official guidance and respective laws and directives in all locations where we conduct business. We also asked our team members to follow advice provided by the CDC and the World Health Organization.
Advised all employees in our offices who can to work remotely. For those who cannot do so, we are asking them to follow all the health guidelines and limit direct contact as much as possible.

A note to our clients and employees:

Snelling would like to assure you that we are working diligently to make sure your placement opportunities are filled quickly. In addition, it is our goal for your operations and employment to continue as normal. We are available to assist you and address any related concerns and questions through your local office or our support services in the Texas Service Center.

Snelling appreciates your partnership, and we will continue providing exceptional value. We are sending wishes for the health and safety of you, your families and your organization.

Written by Wangs Pruitt

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