ANNOUNCEMENT

Kavin Group: COVID-19 Update

An update from the Kavin Group in response to the Government of Ontario's closing of at-risk workplaces.

Last updated:
April 2, 2020
Kavin Group remains committed to the safety of its clients and employees

Dear valued customer,

Kavin Group is committed to keeping you safe, as well as informed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please find below our latest update.

Government of Ontario released its list of essential services; Kavin Group, as a business providing staffing services, including temporary help, has been declared an essential service under section number 69.

On March 23, Ontario announced it would be closing “at-risk” workplaces to protect health and safety and mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

The Ontario government also published its list of essential services.

The following are exempt services in Ontario:

•   Manufacturing and production

•   Work required for supply chains

•   Institutional, residential, commercial and industrial maintenance

•   Telecommunications and IT infrastructure/service providers

•   Transportation (including logistics)

•   Research

Kavin Group continues to provide both permanent and temporary staffing services to our community and our clients.

We are advising our clients and staff to carefully read the guidance provided by the provinces in which you operate or do business to ensure you are familiar with the rules and how they apply to the current situation. We also encourage you to continue to put all of the necessary measures in place to protect the health and safety of your employees. The Government of Canada has posted resources for businesses to assist you and your business activities at this time.

We will continue to keep servicing our clients and informing them of any developments that may affect you or the Kavin Group. In the meantime, if you have any concerns or if we can assist you in any way, please contact us directly at 1 (855) 561-4449.

Steve Vincic,

Co-Founder and Vice President, Contract Management & Operations

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