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Bulk hand sanitizer delivered to front-line staff: Keeping everyone safe and healthy as our in-home services continue

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Bulk hand sanitizer delivered to front-line staff: Keeping everyone safe and healthy as our in-home services continue

May 8, 2020

Our commitment to keep our teammates and families we serve healthy during the COVID-19 crisis is on-going. This week our PPE Distribution Team delivered gallons of hand sanitizer and pumps to our 22 offices across Southern California. Our front-line staff are refilling their personal bottles from these larger bottles. We’re doing all we can to ensure our teammates continue to have what they need to stay safe.

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