Effective immediately, Rarebird Inc's policy for social distancing protocol follows:
Definition of Terms:
The Rarebird Acquisitions (Rarebird, Inc) office located at 800 NE Broadway Street, Portland, OR 97232 (hereinafter referred to as the “Office”).
Business-critical visitors include prospective buyers, prospective sellers, existing clients, lenders, escrow officers, notary publics, vendors specific to ongoing projects (hereinafter “Clients”).
All employees, brokers, and independent contractors (hereinafter referred to as “Workers”).
Workers and Clients must abide by this Social Distancing Policy (the “Policy”).
The Office is closed to the public, and open to Clients by appointment only.
All non-business-critical individuals, all those not included in the definition of Clients outlined above, are prohibited from visiting the office, attending property showings or meetings with Clients and Workers.
All Workers are required to work from home unless deemed necessary.
All Workers are required to remain at least 6 feet away from each other and all Clients at all times.
Shaking hands is prohibited. Greet or solidify an agreement with words and gestures only.
Rarebird Inc’s Policy must be provided to every Client engaging in business activity with a Worker.
Clients should be informed of the social distancing precautions being taken by the Rarebird Inc. office and notified that they are required to adhere to government-mandated social distancing rules.
The first step is to self-enforce these requirements. Be vigilant about your actions and your space.
Speak up if you feel your space is not being respected by others. Let them know, and give them a chance to self-correct.
If they are unwilling to self-correct and/or continue to not maintain a 6-foot distance, please contact Eric Guess, Office Enforcer, immediately (firstname.lastname@example.org or 503.451.0545).
Once the opportunity for self-correction has been offered and violated, a verbal warning will be issued.
If a verbal warning goes unheeded, the situation will be escalated to Human Resources in writing.
If, after verbal and written warnings have been given, and the warnings go unheeded, the Worker will be sent home for the day, without pay; Independent Contractors will no longer be granted access to use the office space until Executive Order 20-12 is terminated.
If a Client violates this Policy, they will receive a chance to self-correct, and/or a reminder from Eric. If they continue to disregard these policies, they will be asked to leave and they may conclude their business remotely.