As the world responds to the outbreak of COVID-19 and the challenges it poses to our life at work and at home, The Superior Group is focused on protecting the health and safety of our personnel, our partners, and the communities we work in.
We are navigating the situation daily, monitoring local and national developments, and implementing practices based on guidelines from the CDC and other health agencies. We have and will continue to make changes to our operations and work practices. These changes include:
Worksite action plans and policies to prevent the spread of infectious disease
Employment flexibility to support our team members
Travel restrictions and Work From Home policies where possible
Business continuity planning to mitigate potential long term impacts to critical projects
Partnering with our customers, vendors, and subcontractors to communicate in real time and collaborate on solutions
This crisis has presented unique and difficult challenges, but our focus is and always will remain the safety and health of our people and our community. It will take all of us working together to succeed through this.
The latest version of The Superior Group’s Business Continuity Plan can be found HERE.
The Superior Group is implementing a non-essential business travel suspension policy. Full details on our travel policy can be found HERE.
Employees are directed to report itineraries of planned or recent personal travel plans to the Human Resources Department prior to travel to evaluate return to work policies. Please use the REPORT TRAVEL FORM to report travel information.
Employee Contact Information
All personnel are asked to immediately update their contact information using the UPDATE CONTACT INFORMATION FORM so important information can be shared as it becomes available.