Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Entercom Staffers to Continue Working From Home

Non-essential staff members at Entercom were told this week that their remote work structure would be continued through Jan. 1st, 2021.

Susan Larkin
In an internal memo from Chief Operating Officer Susan Larkin, she wrote in part: "Despite all of the world’s challenges in recent months, our teams have done a tremendous job adapting to what has become our new normal. -- We have been paying close attention as the situation in our country and around the world continues to evolve. We want to be thoughtful about our potential return back to our offices and sensitive to other challenges our teams and their families are facing outside of the workplace."\

"Our main priority remains the safety and well-being of our teams," Larkin added. "As such, we have decided to extend our existing remote work structure until at least January 1, 2021 for all non-essential staff. We will continue to evaluate requests to work from our offices and facilities on an individual basis and will be considering various factors in those complex decisions.

"As the situation changes, we will be monitoring the progress of scientific advances and vaccines and will update you as appropriate. We also ask our teams to remain flexible with schedules and supportive of each other during these times. We know that remote work for some families with children may be challenging, especially when the school year begins. ---What is important is to remain focused on outcomes and to support each other in reaching our goals."

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