At 11 Recruitment we have been keeping a close eye on updates around the COVID-19 situation and will continue to do so, to preserve the health and well-being of our people and the people we interact with. This includes our employees (permanent and casual) plus job-seekers, our clients and suppliers.
As the situation with the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rapidly escalate in Australia and around the world, we want to update you on the measures 11 Recruitment has implemented and will be putting in place to safeguard our community and enable business continuity throughout this period.
We encourage you to check the West Australian Department of Health for the latest updates
We are preparing our own Business Continuity Plan (BCP). Part of this plan is to enable our permanent employees to work from home to minimise the risk of infection.
As most of our permanent employees already have the facility to work from home, we foresee that this will have little impact on our services: -
For the time being, no infections have occurred on any of our client (host employer) sites . Our casual employees, working on a host employer site, are instructed to follow ours as well as the host employers' guidelines and as well as keeping us informed of any infections.
All our landlines, mobile numbers and email addresses will remain fully active and operational throughout this period.
Our employees (permanent and casual) will not be allowed to travel internationally or domestically, for work purposes until further notice.
We are also restricting all non-essential physical/face to face interactions between our employees and job-seekers or clients. We encourage the use of video conferencing and collaboration platforms to facilitate most if not all interactions. This will be in effect until further notice. As 50% of our meetings and interviews already are online we do not anticipate increasing this to have any noticeable effect on the quality of service or our capabilities to continue our complete service offering.
In our office, we have implemented control measures as recommended by government health authorities. These include:
The best form of protection against the virus is practising good hand hygiene and sneeze/cough hygiene:
Through our expertise with digital productivity and collaboration tools, and their daily use across our business, our permanent staff are well accustomed to working remotely including from home. Should it be required all employees will be requested not to attend the offices of 11 Recruitment.
Everything else should continue as usual. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to the team at [email protected].
It is a challenging time for everyone, and 11 Recruitment is committed to working with our people, customers, suppliers, stakeholders and the relevant authorities to listen, take advice and importantly, take decisive action to help all of us through this period.
Here is a list of links where you can get the latest information from trusted organisations who are leading the response.
It is important that we all know how to look after ourselves to reduce the risk of infection. There is no need to panic or stockpile, but simple precautions like washing hands, not shaking hands or kissing can help.
Here are some more useful links:
Should you have any questions or need further information about how we are managing aspects of our business and the delivery of your services, please reach out to us on 08 9225 6211.
We will continue to keep you updated on the situation, and thank you in advance for your continued support and understanding.