announcement for displaced workers

March 20th, 2020

Securing Your Financial Future


The past several days have marked a very new and difficult time for us all in our great community. There are those of you who are experiencing a different reality this week that is full of concern over safety, security and guidance for the future. We understand these concerns, and are committed to meeting them with the highest levels of understanding, support and urgency that is possible. As things change over the course of the global COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) response, EVERSTAFF is dedicated to keeping you informed and aware of happenings that impact our staff.

In coordination with these efforts, we want to encourage those who have had their employment status affected by COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus) to do what is necessary to ensure their personal financial security. We understand that the current circumstances will lead to some temporarily losing their assignments and having to go without work for a period of time. We are doing everything in our power to ease that transition until things change for the better. Employees impacted by shutdowns, layoffs or quarantines are instructed to review guidance available at their respective state unemployment department’s website.

EVERSTAFF urges all employees that have had their employment affected by the coronavirus to seek unemployment relief. When you go to file, remember the following:

EVERSTAFF is your employer for unemployment purposes.
Please do not claim your work location as your employer. Your benefits may be impacted.

As things change, we will keep you all informed and updated. We are committed to doing everything possible to return displaced employees back to their original assignments as conditions improve. EVERSTAFF is here to be your resource for information whenever needed. If you ever have any questions about your employment, please don’t hesitate to contact Human Resources at: or at (216) 369-2566 x104 / x109.

To learn more about the novel coronavirus and keep up with the latest developments, see the About Coronavirus Disease 2019 and CDC’s Frequently Asked Questions and Answers webpages.