Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response (Continually Updated)

Mar 16, 2020 | News | 0 comments

This post will be updated as new information is available.

Update from April 6, 2020:

Since the same operations procedures apply for the remaining of this week, I want to share with you some resources available this week to you and your organization.

Member Access & Operations at WorkHub during stay-at-home ordinance.

  • To comply with Stay-at-home orders put in effect for Smith County, WorkHub will keep doors locked at all times. A maximum of 10 members will be allowed in the open coworking space at all times.
  • We will sign up new members ONLY if they are consider an essential business and need a private office or team suite to accommodate their staff.
  • Members with 24/7 access whose business is consider essential will continue to have access to the space. It is up to you as a member to determine if you are consider an essential business and follow local government guidelines. Team suites and private offices are limited to 10 people maximum.
  • If you are considered an essential business and need access to the space during 8-5 hours, please email info@workhubtyler.com, so we can take the correct measures and ensure you have access to the space.
  • Staff will be limited while we have a stay-at-home order. The janitorial company will continue to clean the space in the evenings and staff will monitor it throughout the day. More than ever we ask that all members help us maintain our workspace clean and healthy by wiping down your work area before leaving the space. Don’t forget Olga is watching! 😉
  • If you have conference room bookings with more than 10 people attending, it is your responsibility to cancel them via the member portal or email us at info@workhubtyler.com to reschedule.
  • All “communal areas” are temporary closed such as the gym, knowledge hub, and gaming hub to help keep the space sanitized.
  • We will continue to make available disposable paper plates, plastic wear and styrofoam cups. Members should wipe down any counter space used in the Hospitality Hub.

We can’t wait to have all of our members back to business as usual! Until then stay safe and healthy – let us know if you need anything.

Update from March 27, 2020:

  • To comply with Stay-at-home orders put in effect for Smith County over the next two weeks, WorkHub will keep doors locked at all times. A maximum of 10 members will be allowed in the open coworking space at all times.
  • We will sign up new members ONLY if they are consider an essential business and need a private office or team suite to accommodate their staff.
  • Members with 24/7 access whose business is consider essential will continue to have access to the space. It is up to you as a member to determine if you are consider an essential business and follow local government guidelines. Team suites and private offices are limited to 10 people maximum.
  • If you are considered an essential business and need access to the space during 8-5 hours, please email info@workhubtyler.com, so we can take the correct measures and ensure you have access to the space.
  • Staff will be limited over the next two weeks. The janitorial company will continue to clean the space in the evenings and staff will monitor it throughout the day. More than ever we ask that all members help us maintain our workspace clean and healthy by wiping down your work area before leaving the space. 
  • If you have conference room bookings between now and April 10, it is your responsibility to cancel them via the member portal or email us at info@workhubtyler.com to reschedule.
  • All “communal areas” are temporary closed such as the gym, knowledge hub, and gaming hub to help keep the space sanitized.
  • We will continue to make available disposable paper plates, plastic wear and styrofoam cups. Members should wipe down any counter space used in the Hospitality Hub.

We have gather the following online resources to help you and/or your business:

Update from March 23, 2020:

If you decide to join us this week, we ask that you help us keep our workspace healthy and clean by wiping down your work area before going home. Above all, we ask that you please stay home if you are not feeling well.

Our community’s safety and well-being is priority and we will continue to monitor and adhere to guidance from global and local health authorities.

  • We will continue to serve current members and open our doors to non-members. All members, guests and day pass visitors, MUST stop at the front desk to check-in.
  • We will enforce a one-person per table rule to help keep social distance. We ask that you only take up the space you need to get your work done.
  • We will honor existing conference room bookings for groups of 10 or less and begin booking for April.
  • We have temporary closed “communal areas” within the space such as the gym, knowledge hub, gaming hub, and presentation hub to help keep the space sanitized.
  • We have also removed all plates, cups, coffee mugs and silverware in the kitchen area. We will make available disposable paper plates, plastic wear, and styrofoam cups.

We have also gathered the following online resources to help you work remotely:

Stay safe friends!

 

Update from March 16, 2020:

We are monitoring the Coronavirus outbreak closely and are taking the following precautions:

  • For this week, 3/16 – 3/20 – WorkHub will remain open for current members only.
  • We will not be making available day passes or new memberships.
  • We will honor existing conference room bookings but will not take new bookings this week.
  • This week’s Charcuterie Class will be postponed for next Wednesday, 3/25.

We’ve made available hand sanitizer stations and stationary cleaning baskets throughout the space. We ask that you help us by wiping down your work area before going home. Above all, we ask that you please stay home if you are not feeling well.

Our community’s safety and well-being is priority and we will continue to monitor and adhere to guidance from global and local health authorities.

 

Update from March 12, 2020:

Over the past few days, many of you heard in the news about the coronavirus and we want you to know that your health and safety is our highest priority, too.

We have always taken great pride in our clean, professional and highly efficient co-working space, and we know this is more important than ever right now. On top of our daily cleaning procedures, we are adding additional layers of support to make our routines even more rigorous. We will make sure there are plenty of stationary cleaning baskets and hand sanitizer stations throughout the space.  If you need anything, please stop by the front desk and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.  We ask that you use your best judgment as always and not come to work if you are not feeling well just as you would any other day of the year.

At the center of our company’s purpose is a commitment to help all of our members and guest, and this something we take to heart in both good times and bad. Therefore, we will REMAIN OPEN and strive to keep our WorkHub space happy and healthy to support our members and guests alike in all of your professional endeavors.

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