Given the global recommendations to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, technology companies Twitter and Google informed their workers of the decision to continue working from home to prevent any spread of the virus from their offices.
Almost that the workers of these companies will have to undergo a quarantine after being informed that the offices will remain closed while the weeks are on the global alert for the virus originated in China.
Head of Human Resources Jennifer Christie reported that the measures in the company are in accordance with the actions carried out by the governments of some countries that are most deeply affected.
“We strongly encourage all employees in the world to work from home if they can … (Our goal is to reduce the likelihood of spread of covid-19 among us and in people around us,” he said.
In South Korea, Hong Kong and Japan, working from home is mandatory, said the manager of the social network.
Meanwhile, Google has a contagious employee in Ireland and, in that case, the company made certain decisions that seek tranquility among its employees.
“We continue to take precautionary measures to protect the health and safety of our workforce; in accordance with the advice of medical experts, and as part of that effort, we have asked our Dublin teams to work from home today,” read in a statement.