To our valued Clients,

It is without a shadow of a doubt, that these last few days have been an ongoing test for the best of us. Above all, it is important to reiterate that Carr Workplaces prioritizes the safety and well-being of our Clients and Team Members as we endure the ramifications that COVID-19 has presented. While these unprecedented circumstances may seem ominous, we are optimistic that we will endure and emerge from this crisis, even stronger.

This webpage will serve as an easily accessible source of information for all of our Clients and Team Members. Whether it be for any questions that may arise as a result of local, state, or national orders or just to check routine updates about the status of any of our centers located around the country, this page will be continually updated as the situation changes and evolves.

You may be aware that Congress passed the CARES Act in response to our current economic situation. The Act offers extensive and wide-ranging federal assistance to businesses. We encourage you to actively explore potential opportunities for participation and consult your legal advisors, tax consultants, and lending relationships to better determine how these programs may be able to offer assistance.

We would specifically note the SBA Assistance (Paycheck Protection Program) is a $350 billion program administered through the Small Business Administration, that will provide eligible entities with forgivable loans to cover a number of business-related costs including payroll, healthcare benefits, mortgage interest, and specifically includes the payment of rent and utilities.  More information can be found at https://www.sba.gov/page/coronavirus-covid-19-small-business-guidance-loan-resources

It never hurts to repeat the following as well all attempt to do our part in stopping the spread:

    1. Washing hands frequently for 20 seconds or longer using soap and water.
    2. Avoiding touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
    3. Covering your cough or sneeze with a tissue or your sleeve, not your hand.
    4. Cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces.

California

Pursuant to the Governor’s orders in California, we are to abide by the “Safer at Home” order. As a CMRA agent and to remain compliant as an essential service.  An onsite team member will be available at the centers for mail handling and other in-person support from 09:00 – 11:00 am on business days. Remote phone handling and virtual support are available during all regular business hours.  Clients will still have access via the keycard or building ID system respective to their building.

DC

As a CMRA agent and to remain compliant as an essential service, we will have 1 staff member at each center managing the mail and phones, Monday to Friday. Clients will still have access via the keycard or building ID system respective to their building.

Florida

As of now, we will have 1 staff member at each center managing all operations, Monday to Friday. Clients will still have access via the keycard or building ID system respective to their building.

Illinois

Pursuant to the Governor’s orders in Illinois, we are to abide by the “Shelter in Place” order through April 7th, 2020. As a CMRA agent and to remain compliant as an essential service.  An onsite team member will be available at the centers for mail handling and other in-person support from 09:00 – 11:00 am on business days. Remote phone handling and virtual support are available during all regular business hours. Clients will still have access via the keycard or building ID system respective to their building.

Indiana

Pursuant to the Governor’s orders in Indiana, we are to abide by the “Stay-At-Home Order ” order through April 6th, 2020. As a CMRA agent and to remain compliant as an essential service, we will have 1 staff member at each center managing the mail Monday to Friday, 09:00 am – 11:00 am, otherwise Convergence is closed. Clients will still have access via the keycard or building ID system respective to their building.

Maryland

On Monday, March 23rd the Governor of Maryland ordered all non-essential businesses in the state to close. As a CMRA agent and to remain compliant as an essential service.  An onsite team member will be available at the centers for mail handling and other in-person support from 09:00 – 11:00 am on business days. Remote phone handling and virtual support are available during all regular business hours.  Clients will still have access via the keycard or building ID system respective to their building.

Massachusetts

The Governor of Massachusetts ordered all non-essential businesses in the state to close until May 4th. As a CMRA agent and to remain compliant as an essential service.  An onsite team member will be available at the centers for mail handling and other in-person support from 09:00 – 11:00 am on business days. Remote phone handling and virtual support are available during all regular business hours.  Clients will still have access via the keycard or building ID system respective to their building.

New York

Pursuant to the Governor’s orders in New York, we are to abide by the “Governor’s Executive Order”. As a CMRA agent and to remain compliant as an essential service.  An onsite team member will be available at the centers for mail handling and other in-person support from 09:00 – 11:00 am on business days. Remote phone handling and virtual support are available during all regular business hours.  Clients will still have access via the keycard or building ID system respective to their building.

Virginia

As a CMRA agent and to remain compliant as an essential service, we will have 1 staff member at each center managing the mail and phones, Monday to Friday. Clients will still have access via the keycard or building ID system respective to their building.

We will keep this page updated as the Public Health officials in each of our markets make announcements.

 

Our Center Team Members are working and are available remotely to assist with anything. Please reach out to your Center Team Members or contact us below if you would like to update your mail handling instructions or have further questions:

 

Watch our Blog for helpful tips on working from home, how to use technology to avoid isolation and more in the coming weeks.