Employee Handbook - Updated 06.22.2020 (changes highlighted)
Where to Get Tested: https://do512.com/p/where-to-get-tested-for-covid-19-in-austin
If you or someone you know is struggling with anxiety, stress or emotional challenges during this time, Texas Health and Human Services Commission offers a 24/7 COVID-19 mental health support line. All Texans can call 833-986-1919 at any time for free and confidential counseling services. You can find a list of additional resources from Texas Health and Human Services at https://bit.ly/2JRFBKS. BCBS also has free COVID-19 Mental Health Resources and here's a link to understand what's covered under your insurance (testing, treatment, etc.): https://www.bcbstx.com/covid-19/whats-covered
Resource on self-quarantining:
Return-to-work Policy Post-Exposure to COVID-19:
If no symptoms are present, employee may return to work after 10 days post-exposure with a negative test result (must provide proof). The quarantine period will be paid based on normally-scheduled shifts.
If employee shows no symptoms but discovers a member of your household tests positive, employee may return to work after 14 days of the positive test result. Employee must provide proof he/she/they tested negative on the 13th or 14th day before returning to work and continue quarantining. The quarantine period will be paid based on normally-scheduled shifts.
Please simply fill out the request through our WhenIWork scheduling system - no additional forms necessary.
2021 Benefits Enrollment Info (Full-Time Employees)
Our HR Advisor:
Cherylann Occhipinti Campbell