To our valued clients and partners:
We are all being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in many different ways around the globe. Here, at Sasaki, we have been doing our best to keep up-to-date with the evolving information and adjust our office response accordingly. In light of recent developments we are making tough decisions around work and travel to do our part in minimizing the spread of the virus. Please read on for our current plans to help protect our employees, clients, partners, and the global community:
Sasaki is headquartered in Massachusetts, which has declared a state of emergency as of Tuesday, March 10, 2020. To protect the health of our employees, their families, and the more vulnerable members of our community, Sasaki has decided to transition our headquarters to a work from home model, and we have asked our employees to work remotely until further notice. We are taking immediate action to cancel any unnecessary in-person meetings, and ask that these be virtual meetings instead. We are also restricting all air travel (both international and domestic) and are requiring anyone who must travel between now and the end of March to quarantine themselves at home for two weeks upon their return. We continue to monitor updates at the local, state, and national levels and we will reassess our plans as we receive new information.
Regardless of where we’re working from, we remain fully committed to continuing to provide you with the level of service and responsiveness that you are accustomed to from Sasaki. We will all of course remain accessible via email, and will have remote access to voicemail. Our goal is to seamlessly transition to this modified working arrangement, and will do our best to minimize major disruptions to you.
We do ask for your patience and understanding as we adjust to the rapidly-changing circumstances presented by this pandemic, and you can rest assured that we offer you the same in return. Minimizing travel and in-person contact is not easy on any of us, but we believe it is the right thing to do to keep our communities and yours healthy and safe.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.