Our local and regional steering committees have developed an extensive business continuity plan. To find out more please reach out to your Randstad Account Manager or consultant who can share aspects of this plan and advise companies on best practice procedures to minimise risks and business continuity. In addition, Randstad has developed a work from home procedure with clear tips and guidance to keep business running as usual.
In the event that one of the operational areas Randstad supports onsite at one of your locations is impacted by the COVID-19, we would suggest setting up weekly or bi-weekly communication updates (increasing frequency, as necessary) to immediately respond at the local level and ensure ongoing agility on a more macro level.
Randstad’s number-one priority is a safe and healthy work environment for all. Our task force is dedicated to managing all concerns and issues arising from this matter. Randstad will proactively communicate updates as information is made available or decisions are made.
We are focused on communicating the prevention and mitigation steps recommended by organizations like the WHO and other prominent health agencies to prevent the spread of the virus, as well as working with our clients to address known issues and respond to the needs of the business to ensure a safe, healthy and productive workforce. Randstad’s existing Business Continuity Planning team is continuously monitoring the impact of coronavirus and will make recommendations as needed. If you have a question for our steering committee please submit it here.