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COVID-19: How is adjusting to new guidelines

On behalf of everyone at we hope that you and your loved ones are safe and healthy. With information moving quickly, protecting the well-being of our employees, clients, and community has and will always be our top priority.

By: Jacqueline Romanczyk | Mar 2020

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At our core, we believe in being good stewards of all that God has entrusted to us. Business is temporary, but our impact is eternal. Doing what is right by God, our team, our clients and our customers will never steer us wrong. We educate, guide, and help all those we come across, and we do it joyfully with a servant’s heart.

Our team understands the concern and uncertainty caused by Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). We are here to help. While this situation hasn’t been easy on anyone, we remain committed to fulfilling our promise of serving you. We are all navigating new and unchartered territory, which means we must be flexible, proactive, and adaptive in the way we act. To ensure uninterrupted support, we have taken specific steps as part of our business continuity plan. Here are the most recent operational changes being done that we want you to be aware of:

  • In a thoughtful, choreographed manner we have arranged for our employees to work from home. This ensures our clients and site visitors continue to receive excellent stability and support.
  • We have provided necessary equipment and supplies to employees so that they may be effective in their work from home.
  • We are doing what we can to help prevent the spread of illness by implementing social distancing practices in our offices.
  • Some employees have been allowed an adjusted schedule so that they may tend to school-age children and still maintain financial stability with a work from home arrangement.
  • In addition to ramping up cleaning services at our office, we have enhanced sanitation measures to better protect our employees and visitors by providing sanitizers and cleansers in all offices and common areas.
  • Employees have been instructed on the importance of washing their hands and staying home if they feel sick.

The ongoing situation impacts everyone, and we want local business owners, site visitors, and our community to have some peace of mind knowing we will be there when they need us most.

Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with all of those who have been affected, and for the safe-keeping of all. Please take care.

Your humble servant,

Jacqueline Romanczyk President and CEO

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