Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

With the worldwide spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, we want to reaffirm that the health and safety of our employees, clients, and partners is our top priority. We are actively monitoring the situation in all regions we service, and we have put in place a series of measures to help ensure the safety of our employees, the continuity of our business, and support for our clients during this time.

We have instituted policies to minimize employee exposure to the disease and to maximize remote flexibility in order to safeguard our employees’ and customers’ best interests. In addition to following all recommendations provided by the WHO and the United States Centers for Disease Control, Bullhorn has also rolled out numerous internal recommendations for its employees, including a work-from-home policy, increased sanitation measures, and restrictions on international travel.

We are confident in our ability to navigate through the challenges ahead. We will be closely monitoring developments and will aim to act nimbly and in the best interest of customers and employees at all times. If you have further questions, please reach out to your account manager or employnet contact.

On behalf of everyone at Employnet, we truly hope that all of you, your coworkers, and your families keep healthy through this difficult time.

Risk Management, Employnet
Darryl Rosales
(559) 972-9570

Protocol for Outside Visitors, Walk Ins, Applicants, Vendors and Clients.

The following checklist will help you determine when to accept visitors to your location:

1. Can this visit or meeting be accomplished using phone, video interview or video conferencing?

• If yes, cancel the visit and coordinate a phone or video conference.

• If no, go to question

2. Has the visitor been approved or scheduled?

• If yes, go to question

• If no, cancel the visit.

3. Has the visitor been exposed or has any casual contact with anyone known to have COVID-19?

• If yes, cancel the visit.

• If no, go to question

4. Has the visitor or their family member or person(s) expose to the visitor traveled outside of the country in the last 30 days?

• If yes, cancel the visit.

• If no, go to question

5. Has the visitor or their family member or person(s) exposed to the visitor traveled to an international country in the last 30 days?

• If yes, cancel the visit and let them know they cannot come into our facilities or meet with Employnet Representatives for 14 days. After 14 days, they can reschedule the meeting.

6. Has the visitor experienced any symptoms of acute respiratory illness?

• If yes, cancel the visit.

Personal Travel Policy

  • Should any employee travel outside of the country and return to the United States:

    • Employee will have to wait 14 days before being allowed to return to work at any Employnet office or Employnet client site.

    • “Work From Home” option will be determined on a case by case basis.

    • Employnet has the option to not pay the employee for the time of the absence.

    • This policy shall remain in place until further notice.

As you can see, Employnet has the breadth and depth to address the most complex customer environments. Employnet is in the unique position to assist your organization’s Small Business supplier development initiatives.

If someone calls in that tested positive for the Coronavirus (COVID-19), FOLLOW THESE PROCEDURES:

If someone calls in that tested positive for the Coronavirus (COVID-19), FOLLOW THESE PROCEDURES:

1. Let the associate know that they must remain at home until further notice. Have them send you a copy of their doctor’s note.

2. Notify Risk Manager and HR Director.

3. Begin to do the research on the following information:

a. When was the last day that associate was at work?

b. When was the last day that associate was in the Employnet office?

c. Get the names and phone numbers of all Employnet associates that have been at that worksite since the last day that associate was at work.

d. Provide list/information to Risk Manager and HR Director. e. Risk Manager/HR Director will handle protocol of notifying appropriate parties.

What to do when an associate calls in sick.

1. Ask what is the nature of the illness?

a. If no flu like symptoms are present, continue as a normal “call in.”

b. If the symptoms are flu like, ask the questions below and notify Risk Management.

2. When did the symptoms begin? (Do they have a fever, cough, shortness of breath.)

3. Did the associate have contact with a person known to be infected with COVID-19? If so, how, when, and where did that contact occur.

4. Was the diagnosis of the COVID-19 confirmed?

5. Has the associate or any member of their immediate family traveled out of the country? If so, when and where?

6. Are immediate family members currently showing similar symptoms?

7. Advise associate to seek medical attention and follow CDC protocol.

8. Contact Risk Manager immediately.

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