Employees Moved To Work From Home Due To Coronavirus


On a typical day the above image of the company’s support team workspace is bustling with sounds of phones, webinars streaming, keyboards clicking, and the buzz of the company’s employees serving clients, but not today.

As the Coronavirus pandemic pushes people toward increased social isolation, and with the announcement by Pennsylvania’s Governor ordering mass closings in Montgomery County, Bravo Business Media will be requiring many of its employees to work from home beginning on Friday, March 13, until further notice.

“We’re taking this action out of an abundance of caution and with the health and safety of our communities as our foremost priority”, commented Ace Rosenstein, Bravo Business Media’s President.  The only employees who won’t be working from home are people that have been deemed as “no-to-low risk” and “operationally critical”.

During this hopefully short time, employees will perform their typical duties within their normal work schedules, remain responsive to phone and electronic messages.  It’s business as usual.