COVID - 19: Unitile Cares
We are all watching the development of the coronavirus (COVID-19) with feelings of concern and uncertainty. The health and safety of our employees, partners, customers, and people in the communities where we operate remains our top priority. And today, we are taking additional action to ensure both their physical and mental wellbeing.
In light of global precautions for the COVID-19 Coronavirus, and building upon recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO), Unitile is taking a new approach to its way of working and travelling.
Global travel restrictions:
Effective immediately, we are suspending non-business-critical travel to locations around the world and will be conducting all planned meetings virtually. We are also leveraging our local business partners to continue to serve customers and on-going projects across Asia, if need be. We will be adjusting business hours and operations accordingly to best serve our clients via virtual meetings.
Restructuring of events:
U-site 2020, our annual offsite event from March 25- 29, 2020 to Phuket has been cancelled. Our sales strategy meet to be held in Mumbai from 31 March, 2 April 2020 will be rescheduled to another date. We will continue to evaluate the situation and update.
Work from home policy:
As of March 18, we have adopted Work From Home as the default policy for all our offices as a matter of precaution, although we have had no known cases of infection. Our employees are encouraged to come to our offices, only when absolutely necessary. We will retain this policy until the threat of the virus has passed, or has reduced substantially.
We'll continue to learn and find new ways to communicate, connect, and socialize as we go, all while remaining socially distant.
We wish all of our employees, customers, partners and the community - good health and safety as they navigate this pandemic. As always, we thank you all for your business with Unitile and will do everything we can to ensure that your business can continue to operate with minimal disruption.