It’s vital that we all limit the further spread of the coronavirus to the greatest extent possible. At AGO Jobs & HR, we are keeping a close eye on updates about the situation. This way, we can take appropriate measures. Below, you’ll find answers to the most frequently asked questions.

I feel healthy. Can I go to work?
If you don’t hear anything from AGO Jobs & HR about your assignment in the following weeks, your assignment will go ahead as normal. Follow the guidelines of the place where you work. If the work plans do change, we will contact you.
I have a question in relation to work clothes, contracts, payslips, etc.
Our offices will continue working and remain accessible via telephone and email. You’ll find all contact info on this page. Physically coming to the office is now limited to appointments.
I’m sick or showing signs of illness. What now?
Are you sick or showing signs of being sick? Immediately telephone your doctor. Inform your consultant via mail or by telephone. Email the doctor’s note (or a photo of it) to your consultant or put it in the mailbox of your office. Under no circumstance should you enter the office if you’re sick.
What precautionary measures can I take?
    It is still extremely important to wash your hands with soap and water.
  • Cough and sneeze in a paper tissue. Afterwards, throw it straight into the trash.
  • If you don’t have a tissue with you? Cough and sneeze into your elbow and then wash your hands.
  • Avoid physical contact: don’t shake hands or kiss each other.
  • Only go outside or move around town if it’s truly necessary. #stayhome
  • Stay a distance of two to three metres from other people.
I don’t have any day care for the children
Schools are continuing to offer day care for children of parents who have to work, and crèches are staying open. Examine the possibility of teleworking (working from home) with your supervisor.
You’ll find more information and tips on this website from the government: