The worldest largest retailer Wal-Mart is rolling out new rules for employees. Today they are sharing additional steps in taking to promote a safe and healthy workplace.
- Walmart said it will start taking all employees’ temperatures when they report to work.
- Walmart executive Dan Bartlett said the retailer is sending infrared thermometers to all facilities but is rolling them out first at distribution centers and in coronavirus hotspots like New York and Louisiana.
- Any worker with a temperature of 100 or higher will be asked to stay home or seek medical care and won’t be able to return to work until they’re fever-free for at least three days.
- Walmart pays employees for up to two weeks if they become sick with the coronavirus or have to quarantine. If an employee who had COVID-19 is still not able to return to work, they can get additional pay for up to 26 weeks.
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