We are following the guidance of local health officials and the CDC with regard to employees traveling and working remotely. Some details to note:
Remote Workforce and Business Continuity
- All Tyler team members who are able to work from home are being strongly encouraged to do so, effective March 16, 2020.
- Moving to a remote work environment will reduce the number of team members in our offices to those needed for essential on-site services and will create “social distancing” as directed by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
- Appropriate management oversight is in place to ensure continuity of business operations and client service by equipping employees with resources necessary to continue uninterrupted in a remote work environment.
- For client project travel, Tyler employees will confirm our clients’ preferences for vendor visits and activities and will work on alternatives to travel, including web and video conferencing, phone calls, and other options.
- Employees who travel to locations with CDC travel warnings in place are asked to report their travel to company managers and HR, and to self-quarantine if recommended by local health officials.
- Employees who are sick or suspect they may have been exposed are not permitted to travel.
At the present time, all Tyler offices are open while reinforcing work-from-home policies for the majority of Tyler employees. We are giving increased attention to cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitizing our workspaces. These measures include:
- Multiple daytime and nighttime janitors disinfecting all restrooms, breakrooms, door handles, and common area surfaces in Tyler office buildings multiple times each workday.
- Hand sanitizer dispensers for team members placed in breakrooms, cafeterias, restrooms, and fitness centers.
- Individual hand sanitizers and surface wipes offered to team members
Employee Health and Safety
We are in regular communications with Tyler team members on current health and safety recommendations related to coronavirus. Health and safety measures include:
- Reminders on proper prevention of spreading germs and illness
- Regular employee communications on symptoms to watch for, what do to in case of suspected illness, when to stay home from work, availability of benefits such as virtual doctor’s office visits, and availability of free flu vaccines
- Updates on current CDC travel recommendations