Arcese also provides insurance coverage for COVID-19 in Poland

Following initiative in Italy, Arcese is extending insurance coverage for all employees in Poland

Arcese has decided to provide economic protection and insurance coverage measures in case of coronavirus infection to all employees in Poland, adding this initiative to the measures which are already in place in order to better protect all its employees in an exceptional time such as this.

For this reason, since April, Arcese Polska has approved effective insurance coverage for more than 250 employees, which includes dedicated support in the event of admission to hospital as a result of the COVID-19 virus, and a package of after-care services to best manage health recovery and best support the family.

This measure is part of a series of initiatives aimed at protecting the health of its employees, customers and partners and has been put in place in addition to the measures set out to contain the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace, and which include - for example - the activation of smart working, the use of protective equipment for all truck drivers and for employees working in the office , and also the sanitation of the trucks of the fleet.

“The company immediately began to initiate new guidelines of operation to counter the spread of the COVID-19 virus, while at the same time striving to maintain business continuity . Providing an additional measure of support for all employees is a way to show our closeness and support to all our staff who, every day, carry out their work with commitment and professionalism," says Marcin Skubis – General Manager of Arcese Polska.

Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 health emergency, Arcese has been actively involved in implementing all necessary regulations in order to contain the spread of the infection through specific measures to protect and supervise its employees, partners and customers. For example, the company was among the first in Italy to set out a policy for its employees which guaranteed an additional allowance with specific insurance for Covid-19.

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