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CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) INFORMATION

UPDATED AUG 4, 2020

Since the Coronavirus outbreak was first reported in December 2019, Technology Partners has been carefully monitoring the situation. The health and safety of our employees are essential to Technology Partners. (We will update this page as new information becomes available.)

What You Can Do

Limit the spread of germs and prevent infection by practicing healthy habits (e.g., hand washing and social distancing to those that are coughing, sneezing, or sick). Stay home if you are sick and contact your health care provider when you have symptoms such as fever, cough, or shortness of breath. COVID-19 symptoms may include fever, tiredness, dry cough, or difficulty breathing. 

Educational Materials

For additional information about the COVID-19 virus, review your country or local health organization website. Below are a couple resources. 

  1. For questions and answers about the COVID-19, visit World Health Organization (WHO) or U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 
  2. Review projected hospital resource use based on COVID-19 cases via Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluations – COVID-19 Projections

A Message to our Employees

Technology Partners CEO Lisa reaches out with a message of support for the roughly 360 Technology Partners employees on assignment daily across the country. She affirms Technology Partners’ commitment to your safety and outlines how Technology Partners remains open and operational to assess and act on the latest coronavirus information, as well as redeploy as many of you as possible if your assignment is on pause. 

We appreciate your patience as we navigate together through this difficult time. Please call us for immediate assistance at (877) 636-1331. 

A Message to Our Clients

We are living through an extraordinary time with the fast spread of the coronavirus, identified as COVID-19. I’d like to affirm Technology Partners’ commitment to our clients in providing continuity of service at all times.

Best Practices for Virtual Work

  1. Find a dedicated spot to work. Having a clear workspace allows you to focus and be productive while being in an environment generally associated with relaxationSet up your makeshift office in a quiet space with minimal distractions. 
  2. Find a buddy. Someone to help keep you accountable and productive while at home can also provide balance when it’s time for a mental break. We’re wired for human interaction, it keeps us energized and therefore productive.
  3. Have a plan. Outline how you want to spend your time during the day. Schedule everything like you normally would including any breaks, lunch, and major tasks you’d like to accomplish. 
  4. Think about how you’re communicating. During this time of transition for many, it’s important to think about which mediums you’re using to communicate with others. Be clear and precise and use resources such as video calling or group messaging to help communicate with effectively and efficiently.
  5. Remember everyone works differently. The way you work may not be reciprocated by your coworker(s). Focus on clear communication and work on understanding each other’s perspective. 

Resources

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