LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Zappos online shoe and clothing company, which employs hundreds of people in downtown Las Vegas, has made the decision to limit access to their headquarters and call center on Stewart Avenue and to allow employees to work from home.
Zappos told its employees a few days ago that visitors, including family, friends and vendors, would no longer be allowed to visit their downtown campus.
The company sent the following statement to 13 Action News today:
Out of an abundance of caution, we’ve stopped all non-essential business travel and are limiting outside foot traffic to our campus. While we’re preparing for wider work from home arrangements and encouraging employees to work with their department leads on work from home options, it is not a requirement at this time. Again, we are preparing out of an abundance of caution as the safety of our employees comes first.
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