Spot will take the action to fix the area, the person works in. Knowing who is not a good thing. You can take an loa, if you want too.We recently had a confirmed case in the warehouse and they refuse to tell us what key or department the team member was in. The only measure taken was to have e&f clean... if your e&f is anything like ours, I'm sorry.
Everyone one in our warehouse got a text and a number to call. We typed in the store number and it gave us a message similar to how the call in line used to be set up.
Just got a similar one for my DC today. Well I cant say I feel bad about calling in the last 2 weeks now. As much as the stimulus money would have been nice as extra, I figured taking the 2 weeks off was worth it.We just got a text yesterday at the DC I work at. To sum it up. Confirmed case. Building remains open and operational. The only information we got about the person was that they had not been to work in the past 16 days.
Our building has 3 as well. Procedure should be 14 days off from first sign of symptoms I believe.Our building has had three but there hasn’t been one in over a week. Anyone know the procedure for confirmed cases returning? One of the confirmed cases returned in under 2 weeks from first sign of symptoms.
Welp, he was out of the building 12 days from sign of first symptoms.Also 3, seems to be a common number...
I would assume protocol would be 14 days from onset of symptoms or a negative test to return. There have been people who tested positive for over a month after symptoms subsided, so I think a negative test should be required and anything time based should be closer to 6 weeks.