Covid-19 Safety Measures
Operating Standards & Safety Protocols
Last updated: Monday, May 2, 2022
Alongside our valued clients and members, we continue to monitor the ongoing news around COVID-19 and its variants in the communities we serve. We appreciate the trust you put in our teams to deliver the best-in-class work experience across all of our physical, virtual, and hybrid solutions.
In line with our mission to provide premium and safe work environments, Convene has updated our on-site COVID-19 safety measures. As of September 13, 2021 we require proof of vaccination status for all employees and members of our physical WorkPlace locations.
Convene will continue to follow all local guidelines as it relates to mask requirements. Mask requirements vary from city to city; our event production managers, sellers, and workplace experience managers are happy to answer any questions as needed.
Health and wellness are a key part of the Convene experience. We made this decision after consulting the guidance of the CDC, our healthcare partners at Eden Health, and the government entities at the local and federal level. This also builds upon the COVID-19 Operating Standards and Safety Protocols we released last year, which were endorsed by Ron Klain, President Biden’s Chief of Staff.
“As more people are vaccinated, the risk of this virus continuing to evolve will decline. I look forward to seeing the benefit of health, and freedom from the impacts of this virus, return to our communities. And to do so, we must use all the tools we have available to keep ourselves and families safe,” says Talia Poy, Eden Health, Nurse Practitioner and COVID Clinical Specialist.
We will continue to prioritize your safety and peace-of-mind at our physical locations, and offer the virtual and hybrid options necessary to be inclusive of all members of our shared community.
Thank you for your continued partnership.
Global Chief Operating & Chief People Officer
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