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S.I. Inc.'s Response to the Coronavirus(COVID19)

We are in unprecedented time. The staffing industry, along with all business sector, has been drastically impacted by the Coronovirus - known as COVID-19. Please know that due to the Coronavirus, we are monitoring and adhering to the guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local and state public health officials from around the country.

Please be rest assured that we are working with our client partners and employees to ensure safe working environments for all. We ask that you do your part and be vigilant and proactive in following CDC guidance to ensure the cleanliness and safety of your homes and those you might come in contact with. This includes but is not limited to regularly cleaning and sanitizing, practicing good hygiene such as washing your hands often, covering your mouth when you cough or sneeze, touching your face and refraining from shaking hands. Additional tips can be found by vising the CDC website.

We ask that if you or a family member are sick or appears to be sick, we encourage you to stay at home. Staying home is the responsible choice, and will help keep you and your colleagues safe. 

All of us at Sharpened Image, Inc. understand that this issue is cause for concern to many. We are committed to continuing to monitor the situation, creating increased flexibility where we can so that our employees can take care of themselves and their families. Please know that the health and safety of our contract workers and our client sites are our top priority.  As such, we can engage with you safely and securely through:

  • video, FaceTime, zoom and telephonic meetings and interviews 

  • virtual job fairs 

  • complete online applicant portal; and,  

  • individualized and pre-set interviews with our clients in a clean, CDC-compliant environments. 

If we can be of assistance in other ways to ensure your safety and the safety of our worksites, please feel free to contact us. Our staffing team is standing by. 




Dr. Tamara Mangum, President

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