COVID-19 Update 6/15/2020

Dear Employees of Performance Corp.,

We have been made aware of our 7th and 8th confirmed positive test results for COVID-19. Both employees work out of the Seymour, WI location and have been absent from work since June 7th and June 8th, 2020 respectively. Since our last communication to employees on May 11, 2020 we have received an additional 17 negative test results bringing the total to 27.  

As of 6/15/2020, our current company-wide COVID test results are as follows:  

ResultsCarney, MISeymour, WICOMPANY TOTAL  
POSITIVE TESTS088
NEGATIVE TESTS22527
Results will also be regularly updated on Employee Message monitors at both the Seymour and Carney locations.

UPDATED COMPANY ATTENDANCE POLICY REGARDING COVID-19:

Attendance/Illness Policy: Employees must report all illnesses or exposures to COVID-19 to their direct supervisor or HR immediately. Employees are required to stay home if they are ill or have been in contact with another person who has COVID-19 and should not attend work in any capacity if they are experiencing symptoms of the coronavirus (see specific coronavirus symptoms by visiting cdc.gov).  Employees who call-in sick will be asked to provide information in relation to their specific symptoms and direct contacts in an effort to identify risk to other employees. Employees who exhibit symptoms of coronavirus will be required to self-isolate for a period of up to 10 days and until asymptomatic for a period of up to 72 hours. Employees identified as direct contacts may also be required to self-isolate for up to 14 days. Employees will be encouraged to conduct a symptom checker online, seek medical attention and/or get tested for the virus if they are exhibiting symptoms. Employees who present signs of illness while at work will be separated from other employees and sent home immediately. Employees should avoid using Emergency Care resources unless necessary. In order to receive Sick Pay for COVID related absences, Performance Corp. will request documentation. Employees who live with or have a chronic health condition should take additional steps to reduce public presence and should communicate with HR if they feel the need to be quarantined for their own safety. 

Stay safe everyone!