Information on the Covid-19 situation
The health and safety of our Collaborators are always our highest priority. Beyond the Communuty, we also consider it our duty to act responsibly and to do our part to protect the potential clients and also the society.
Media Network Community is continuously monitoring all aspects of the Covid-19 situation, evaluating all new developments and taking measures to protect our collaborators.
The economic consequences of Covid-19 will impact our Communuty. Nevertheless, it’s not yet possible to sufficiently quantify the business consequences at this time.
We’re doing everything we can to maintain operations at our premises and of our clients, as well as our service to continue to support our customers and partners as far as possible.
Ever since the Covid-19 outbreak began, in Media Network Community have been continuously implementing timely measures to protect our collaborators and our clients, and the Community will continue to do so rigorously.
Selected measures already implemented at Media Network Community
We make our Collaborators aware of the need for social distancing and inform them about precautions and hygiene measures.
There’s currently no general travel ban at Media Network Community. We advise our Collaborators to refrain from trips that aren’t absolutely necessary. Personal meetings should be replaced by conference calls or similar options. All travelers returning from (business or private) trips to areas that the Robert Koch-Institut has classified as risk areas are advised not to enter at Media Network Community locations or clients premises, but to contact their supervisors from home to determine how best to proceed (for example, working from home). Additional country-specific regulations may apply.Mobile workWhenever possible, Media Network Community Collaborators are to work from home until further notice. In the past, we’ve had good experience with teleworking.
Production processes and Shooting
Media Network Community has established processes for ensuring the continuity of our tailor made virtual solutions to the greatest possible extent. To ensure that our Collaborators are protected, we’re working together with our clients and the representatives of people with disabilities to do everything we can to implement the recommendations made by national and international authorities.
For all parents, it’s a challenging situation when daycare centers, kindergardens and schools are closed. Despite intensive efforts, it’s not always possible to find alternative childcare facilities. Options for reducing hours in their flextime accounts, making up working hours later, or taking paid or unpaid vacation can help make the situation easier to manage. Where appropriate, working from home can also be an option. Together with their supervisors, Collaborators should seek a solution that helps them master the challenge.
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