Effective Monday, February 8, the management of Client Communications Services (CCS), a tenant operating out of Canada Place, has taken proactive and definitive steps to ensure the health and safety of its employees – and by extension, other building tenants – by immediately enacting their Work-from-Home (WFH) policy.
Out of the abundance of caution and until further notice, the company’s staff compliment has been informed that it has begun implementing the necessary steps to ensure they can effectively work from home, by providing the requisite tools and equipment to facilitate the process.
This is the second time that the gravity of the Covid-19 pandemic has forced tenants of Canada Place, located at Lauchland Benjamin Drive, to enact their WFH contingency plans.
Like other Canada Place tenants, CCS had to make the decision of advising staff to work remotely, after confirmation that a worker in the building tested positive for Covid-19. That individual has since been isolated.
As a responsible organization, CCS has been strictly complying with all the protocols set out by health officials, including; temperature checks at entrance; insisting on the wearing of company-provided masks and shields correctly and at all times; and consistent sanitizing of high touch surfaces. The company’s administration also employs several office procedures in managing staff who may have potentially been exposed.
CCS wishes to assure its employees and the public of its commitment to safety, transparency and reducing the spread of the virus, as we all navigate this covid-19 pandemic.
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