Coronavirus InformationStay Home, Stay Safe, Save Lives!
Tec-Masters remains committed to helping our employees, partners and government agencies stay on track with their plans during the coronavirus (COVID-19) public health crisis.
We continue to monitor the COVID-19 impact upon our staff and clients and will keep you updated as events unfold.
We also encourage you to stay informed about COVID-19 and take steps to prevent the spread of all respiratory illnesses.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides helpful information:
Thank you for your support at this critical time. Your well-being is very important to us, so please take all precautions to stay safe.
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Tec-Masters Inc. HQ main office as well as the Wynn Drive locations will be closed until May 4th. All corporate personnel in Alabama are working remotely and may be reached directly via mobile phone.
As we prepare for the re-opening of our offices on May 4, Tec-Masters is taking several steps to ensure we have a safe working environment for all employees, clients, and customers.
There are millions of people working from home right now due to COVID-19, due to federal and state recommendations of social distancing. We know this can sometimes be a challenge, especially if you are also watching your kiddos while working from home.
Many members of our community have asked how they can help our front-line health care professionals who are caring for our communities and families in need during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.