1. I think I might have COVID-19; should I stay home from work?
Yes, stay home to protect your co-workers and their families if you have been exposed, have symptoms, have been tested for and are awaiting test results, or have tested positive for COVID-19. Self-quarantine and follow the CDC guidelines for What to Do If You Are Sick.
2. I am going to miss work because of a COVID-19 related illness or exposure; who at Alliance should I inform?
Call your supervisor to notify them following the Company’s call-in procedures. Also, follow up with a call to your local Human Resources representative within 24 hours.
3. Does Alliance have any travel restrictions in place?
We encourage avoiding or postponing all non-essential work-related travel (particularly involving commercial transportation). Consult your supervisor or local Vice President for more details. Also, please review the CDC’s advisories and recommendations for travel.
4. COVID-19 is causing a rapidly changing environment. Where will I get ongoing information that affects my job?
Information affecting your job generally will come from your General Manager, Human Resources representative, or local Vice President.
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation is a rapidly evolving issue across the nation and around the world, with details that are changing daily. For the most up-to-date guidance on the disease and public health practices from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), refer to coronavirus.gov. This information is not medical advice; employees are encouraged to consult their own doctors or other health care providers for advice specific to their situations.