“Employee Safety, Health and Happiness,” is one of TSP’s core company values. For us, that means looking at all decisions we make through the lens of the impact on our employees and our communities and then making necessary adjustments.

Just like so many of you, over the past several weeks, we have been learning, preparing and planning for the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. While we don’t want to be reactionary, we’re also pro-actively preparing for an escalated public health situation that can affect our employees, customers, partners and vendors.

As we’re all keenly aware, Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a rapidly changing situation locally, regionally and globally. We are diligently monitoring and closely watching official information from health authorities such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) and the World Health Organization (“WHO”).

With that in mind, we have made several moves in our business in response to the threat of Coronavirus (COVID-19).

  • Remote employees have long had the ability to work from home as part of the TSP business model. For those employees who regularly report to a customer site, we have instructed them to familiarize themselves with the expectations and plans of our customers and follow all customer-required procedures.
  • Corporate employees will begin working remotely on Monday, March 16, 2020. This is afforded by the fact that we are largely a cloud-based business and use productivity solutions that are cloud-based. In the event a physical presence is needed at our office for something mission-critical, it will be limited to essential personnel for only brief periods of time.
  • Traveling employees will only be conducting domestic travel when absolutely necessary and/or is dictated by service contract obligations, although we acknowledge we will likely see a decline in air travel requests. As of March 12, 2020, international travel has been suspended until further notice.
  • All employees are encouraged to default to conducting business virtually and follow CDC risk assessment procedures if they encounter or are informed of a confirmed Coronavirus (COVID-19) case at home or work or have a household family member who has been exposed.

For additional information, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website or the World Health Organization website.

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Keeping safety at the forefront, we’ll continue to serve our clients’ needs with integrity, innovation, creativity and flexibility. We are confident we will be able to work through the challenges that lie ahead — we’re in this together!


Originally Released: March 13, 2020