LaborMAX Memo on COVID-19

Dear Valued Customers,   

The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continue to monitor Coronavirus (COVID-19). Wwanted to assure you that LaborMax Staffing is taking preventative measures such as implementing travel bans to stop the potential spread of COVID-19 within our locations. It remains our top priority to continue to provide a safe workplace and encourage practices protecting the health of employees, customers, and visitors. We will continue to comply with all government requirements while resuming normal business operations.  

We are asking all employees to cooperate in taking steps to reduce the transmission of communicable diseases in the workplace while following guidelines from the World Health Organization and CDC. Listed below is what LaborMax Staffing has implemented thus far.  

Employee Expectations: 

  • Staying home when sick 
  • Frequently washing hands  
  • Respiratory Etiquette (covering mouth when coughing or sneezing, or with tissues)  
  • Avoiding people who are sick with respiratory symptoms 
  • Cleaning surfaces commonly touched  
  • No “handshake” rule 
  • Work travel ban  
  • Use of telephone and video conferencing instead of face-to-face meetings  

Health and Wellness: 

  • Following up with employees who are at home sick 
  • Monitoring employees for symptoms of sickness 
  • Sending employees home if they show any signs of sickness  
  • Monitoring State Health Departments in the locations where LaborMax does business  
  • Provide alcohol-based hand sanitizers, disinfectant wipes and cleaning sprays to clean and disinfect 

LaborMax Staffing will continue to follow all federal and state guidelines regarding labor practices, wages and sick leave and continue to monitor any changes that take place at the federal or state level. 


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