Vodafone HQ part-closes to test virus response

Vodafone HQ part-closes to test virus response
Victoria Young
Vodafone’s six-level Auckland headquarters will almost empty in coming days as the telco tests a possible response to coronavirus. More than 1,200 Auckland-based Vodafone permanent staff will work from home this week as the company tests working from home at scale in order to simulate worst-case covid-19 scenarios. The company said its contractors will also work remotely but did not disclose how many it currently has. Amid the outbreak, kiwi employers have been reminded of their obligations under the Health and Safety at Work Act...

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