What situations require me to stay home?
·If you or a member of your
household have any of the
Shortness of breath (difficulty breathing)
New loss of taste or smell
Muscle pain (that is not normal for you)
Please remember this is not an all-inclusive list and you should
consult your medical provider if you have other symptoms that
are concerning to you.
If you or a member of your household is being evaluated or has
tested positive for COVID-19 that has not yet been released by
Am I required to use my sick and vacation while
away from work?
effective May 26th, any hours not worked will need to
be covered by paid time off.This paid time off includes any unused sick hours and any
accrued vacation hours.
vacation will be paid out before unused sick hours are used
unless you notify HR.
time should be reported to Workforce Development if you file a
is for all employees out due to COVID-19 such as those
off for child care, school, medical high risk, or self or
household member with symptoms.
When do I complete the return to work
In addition to having been off for the 14 day isolation and before
returning to work, ALL employees who have been off for an
extended period, 2 or more workdays, or for a COVID-19 reason,
need to complete the questionnaire.
You will need to notify your supervisor when you plan to return to
work so the questionnaire process can be completed by phone
prior to accessing the facility.
When is the next Noon Zoom daily briefings?
Noon Zoom briefing is scheduled for Thursday, May 28th.
Participation by phone: 312-626-6799 using meeting ID 574 587
Please choose one of the three ways below to submit your questions:
Email Lorie Streeter firstname.lastname@example.org
if you do not have email capability
Use the Chat feature in Zoom to send your
question to Everyone or directly to Lorie
Tip of the Day
Memorial Day Weekend it may be tempting to relax important habits you have
developed around wearing face coverings, frequent hand washing, limitations on
gatherings, and social distancing. But please don’t let your guard down as you
celebrate this weekend. It’s important for us to protect the safety of our
families, and friends. Continue to be diligent, so we continue the progress
we’ve made to date in controlling the spread of the virus.
Take a moment…
National Moment of Remembrance is a full minute of silence beginning
at 3:00 PM (local time) on Memorial Day.Please stop at 3:00 PM to take a minute to remember those who have died
fighting for our freedoms we enjoy.
As long as our nation is the
home of the brave, it remains the land of the free. Happy Memorial Day!
As the situation changes, the Company reserves the right to
revisit and alter the above responses as it sees fit.