Help Desk -
9717405332, 9810335381 @info@telecomguru.co.in
704-B, Millennium Plaza, Sushant Lok-I, Gurgaon

ZTE in action to Fight Infectious Coronavirus

Misc News - Published on Mon, 03 Feb 2020

Image Source: ZTE Coronavirus
ZTE has promptly established an emergency working group for the new pneumonia on January 21st, and has made systematic arrangements in the areas of supply chain, communication guarantee, field service, and employee health and safety. Externally, ZTE is fully supporting operators to construct and secure 5G networks in Wuhan, Huanggang, Chengdu and other cities, building 5G communication bridges for life-saving treatment.

Internally, to protect the health and safety of employees, ZTE has established emergency measures for prevention and control, and is promoting them in an orderly manner. These measures are supporting employees in epidemic areas, guaranteeing emergency materials, extending the Spring Festival holidays, reducing employee mobility at home and abroad, enhancing work area hygiene, and etc.

ZTE has issued Emergency Preparedness Guide about the new coronavirus pneumonia to all employees, and has distributed masks to employees in Wuhan for free. In the meantime, all employees are required to check in their health status on a daily basis through icenter, one of the company’s in-house platforms.

ZTE has extended the Spring Festival holiday in accordance with Chinese government regulations, while strictly abiding by the requirements of local governments for the date of resumption of work, and has made guidelines for employees to resume work.

If the employees are in Hubei Province, they should continue to stay there for the relevant requirements of the local government. Based on the actual situation, and on the premise of ensuring the health and safety of employees, ZTE will reasonably arrange employees to work or work from home, and will not arrange overseas trips during this special period any more.

Employees who work in other cities in China and can work normally are required to wear masks, wash hands frequently, and reduce chances of long-term face-to-face communication with others while being at work in office.

Source :

Posted By : TelecomGuru on Mon, 03 Feb 2020
Related News from Misc segment