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With all that is going on with the Coronavirus, I wanted to check in with you. Please click on your respective relationship with Moore Staffing.

Employees

 With regards to your employment, we are hopeful that your employer will be able to remain open and be diligent about maintaining a clean and safe work environment for you.  If your employer closes their facility and asks employees to work from home, it would be ideal if they gave you that same option.  We will check with them to see if this is an option, and would also suggest you speak with your manager.

Should it not be an option we will do our best to find temporary work until you can return. You may have PTO available to use.  To see how much PTO you have, please reach out to peter@moorestaffing.com

Keep in mind that if you show any signs of the virus or have been in contact with anyone that has or shows symptoms of the virus you should remain at home.

Symptoms of people with confirmed COVID-19 infections have primarily included: fever, cough, and shortness of breath. For more information on symptoms and prevention, please visit the Centers for Disease Control site at http://bit.ly/2viQjXf.

Your assignment company has the right to protect all workers and ask any core employee or assignment employee to leave the facility if they show signs of the virus, and return once you are symptom free for 24 hours without medication.

I am sure you are being bombarded with lots of information about the virus preventions and symptoms.

For reliable information, I suggest you visit the Centers for Disease Control site: http://bit.ly/2viQjXf

For up to date information on the Mass Health Connector enrollment period that has been extended to April 25th visit http://bit.ly/2QcHmWN

Information on testing, care requirements and health insurance in New Hampshire can be seen at https://www.governor.nh.gov/news-media/press-2020/20200312-covid-19-testing.htm

Unemployment insurance will be available if you have worked long enough in the event you are laid off or furloughed and if we cannot find you another position.  The links below provide information on unemployment insurance in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.  Keep in mind, if you live in New Hampshire and work in Massachusetts, you are eligible to collect unemployment in Massachusetts if you meet the eligibility requirements. https://www.mass.gov/applying-for-unemployment-benefits https://www.nhes.nh.gov/

There will be announcements coming soon from the federal and state governments that will offer more about how to get testing. Your Staffing Manager will be reaching out to you by Monday to check in and answer any questions you may have.  Please email or call if you have any concerns or questions.

Prospective Candidates

 With regards to your procuring employment for you, we will continue support for your employment needs virtually. All interviews will most likely be conducted via virtual platform like Skype or FaceTime, or with a phone call. On-boarding documentation will be submitted virtually, soon. We are committed to developing genuine partnerships with our client companies and job seekers.

Keep in mind that if you show any signs of the virus or have been in contact with anyone that has or shows symptoms of the virus you should remain at home.

Symptoms of people with confirmed COVID-19 infections have primarily included: fever, cough, and shortness of breath. For more information on symptoms and prevention, please visit the Centers for Disease Control site at http://bit.ly/2viQjXf.

Your potential assignment company has the right to protect all workers and ask any core employee or assignment employee to leave the facility if they show signs of the virus, and return once you are symptom free for 24 hours without medication.

I am sure you are being bombarded with lots of information about the virus preventions and symptoms. For reliable information, I suggest you visit the Centers for Disease Control site: http://bit.ly/2viQjXf

For up to date information on the Mass Health Connector enrollment period that has been extended to April 25th visit http://bit.ly/2QcHmWN

Information on testing, care requirements and health insurance in New Hampshire can be seen at https://www.governor.nh.gov/news-media/press-2020/20200312-covid-19-testing.htm

Unemployment insurance will be available if you have worked long enough in the event you are laid off or furloughed and if we cannot find you another position.  The links below provide information on unemployment insurance in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.  Keep in mind, if you live in New Hampshire and work in Massachusetts, you are eligible to collect unemployment in Massachusetts if you meet the eligibility requirements. https://www.mass.gov/applying-for-unemployment-benefits https://www.nhes.nh.gov/

There will be announcements coming soon from the federal and state governments that will offer more about how to get testing. Your Staffing Manager will be reaching out to you by Monday to check in and answer any questions you may have.  Please email or call if you have any concerns or questions.

Clients

With regards to your employees from Moore Staffing, we will continue to support in effective communication and have sent guidelines for our expectations during this time . We continue to being committed to developing genuine partnerships with our client companies and job seekers. All future interviews can be conducted via virtual platform like Skype or FaceTime, or with a phone call. On-boarding documentation will be submitted virtually soon.

We have asked them to keep in mind that if they show any signs of the virus or have been in contact with anyone that has or shows symptoms of the virus they should remain at home.

We have also provided them with the following information via email and phone call:

“With regards to your employment, we are hopeful that your employer will be able to remain open and be diligent about maintaining a clean and safe work environment for you.  If your employer closes their facility and asks employees to work from home, it would be ideal if they gave you that same option.  We will check with them to see if this is an option, and would also suggest you speak with your manager.

Should it not be an option we will do our best to find temporary work until you can return. You may have PTO available to use.  To see how much PTO you have, please reach out to peter@moorestaffing.com

Keep in mind that if you show any signs of the virus or have been in contact with anyone that has or shows symptoms of the virus you should remain at home.

Symptoms of people with confirmed COVID-19 infections have primarily included: fever, cough, and shortness of breath. For more information on symptoms and prevention, please visit the Centers for Disease Control site at http://bit.ly/2viQjXf.

Your potential assignment company has the right to protect all workers and ask any core employee or assignment employee to leave the facility if they show signs of the virus, and return once you are symptom free for 24 hours without medication.

I am sure you are being bombarded with lots of information about the virus preventions and symptoms. For reliable information, I suggest you visit the Centers for Disease Control site: http://bit.ly/2viQjXf

For up to date information on the Mass Health Connector enrollment period that has been extended to April 25th visit http://bit.ly/2QcHmWN

Information on testing, care requirements and health insurance in New Hampshire can be seen at https://www.governor.nh.gov/news-media/press-2020/20200312-covid-19-testing.htm

Unemployment insurance will be available if you have worked long enough in the event you are laid off or furloughed and if we cannot find you another position.  The links below provide information on unemployment insurance in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.  Keep in mind, if you live in New Hampshire and work in Massachusetts, you are eligible to collect unemployment in Massachusetts if you meet the eligibility requirements. https://www.mass.gov/applying-for-unemployment-benefits https://www.nhes.nh.gov/

There will be announcements coming soon from the federal and state governments that will offer more about how to get testing. Your Staffing Manager will be reaching out to you by Monday to check in and answer any questions you may have. “

Please email or call if you have any concerns or questions.

We understand the sudden changes happening within the world of employment and want to support and be transparent with both our talent and clients. We commend the quick and innovative solutions our partners have made to ensure the health of their employees. Please email or call if you have any concerns or questions.

Sincerely,

Mike Moore

President, Moore Staffing Services