Did Colonial Life help during the Covid-19 pandemic?

Yes!

RATING: +6
  1. Restrict all business travel for employees and required employees who travel internationally to self-quarantine for 14 days (Colonial)
  2. Increased workplace sanitation and educated employees on health and safety best practices. They also enhance their remote-work capacity to handle a higher volume of people working from home, and encouraged employees who can do so to work remotely (Colonial)
  3. Made flex schedules an option for employees who are working around personal and family obligations during the disruption (Colonial)
  4. Gave financial support to employees who may need additional help or equipment to make working from home possible. Provided emergency pay to employees in situations where flex scheduling or remote working were not possible (Colonial)
  5. Gave access to free COVID-19 tests for employees covered a under medical plan (Colonial)
  6. Worked with their vendors to ensure data transmission remained secure and information was protected as they temporarily shift their workforce to remote working. Sought input from vendors, state officials, and local governments, and incorporated best practices from external organizations (Colonial)
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