Corona-virus



Dear Temporary Worker


The reality is that we are all facing a tough task ahead. The Coronavirus crisis will demand a great deal from all of us, both professionally and privately. It is our our duty and first priority to ‘flatten’ the curve together to give our health services the opportunity to give patients the best possible care and to put this crisis behind us as soon as we can.

Our first priority is to guarantee everyone’s health and well-being. It is also our goal to assist you as much as possible, even in these challenging times.

In recent days, and in line with government regulations, we at Konvert have made all possible arrangements to prevent the spread of the virus. The situation changes every day, which is why we have a set up a coordination team to monitor the situation’s evolution and implement the necessary new measures.
 


Important!


  • Follow the guidelines you receive at your workplace.
  • As of today, 18/03/2020, our Konvert employees are still available during normal office hours (by telephone, email, Webex…). It will not be possible to make an appointment at our offices until 05/04/2020.
  • Do you have any questions? Our recruiters are here to help you. You can reach our offices by email or telephone.
     

We’re here for you. Today, tomorrow and in the future!
 


How do we ensure a safe workplace?


Konvert clearly informs our clients and makes inquiries of them as to how our temporary workers can work in a safe environment and what precautions are taken and must be observed.
 


When should you go to work and when shouldn’t you?


Do you feel healthy? Then, according to the guidelines imposed by the government, you can work (work from home, social distance…). Call/email your Konvert office if you have any questions. We will work with you to find out how you can continue to work safely.

Are you sick or do you have symptoms? Contact your GP by telephone and inform your recruiter immediately. Do this by email or by telephone. You can email us the sick letter (or a photo of it) or put it in our mailbox.
 


Hygiene measures still apply


There are many things you can do to prevent spreading the virus yourself or to ensure you don’t become infected.

  • Avoid physical contact: do not shake hands with people, do not kiss.
  • Wash your hands very thoroughly, minimum 20 seconds, with soap and water several times a day.
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose, mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Keep 2 to 3 metres away from others and avoid contact with sick people.
  • Sneeze into a paper tissue that you then dispose of in a closed rubbish bin.
  • Are you unable to sneeze into a tissue? Then sneeze into your elbow.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently used objects (pens, telephones, handles and other surfaces).
     

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