On Wednesday afternoon, Governor Tim Walz signed an Executive Order establishing a shelter-in-place mandate for all non-essential businesses and persons. The order begins on Friday, March 27 through Friday, April 10. The order requires that all non-essential business and operations must cease.
Construction and Critical Trades Businesses have been declared as a Critical Sector. This category includes workers such as electricians, plumbers, HVAC and elevator technicians, and other related construction of all kinds. It also exempts health care and public health workers, law enforcement and the news media. You can read more about the executive order in detail, and what is considered an 'Essential Worker' here KARE 11
At this time, J. Becher and Associates is continuing with business as usual - where deemed essential. We are honored to be considered an essential workforce in our community and therefore, we will remain open. You will continue to be our top priority. The safety and well-being of our customers, employees, and community have always been of the utmost importance to us, not just amidst a pandemic. We have always taken great pride in maintaining a safe workspace for our staff and clients in the office and on the job and will continue to do so.
The J. Becher leadership team will continue to monitor the reports from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO) and local government agencies.
To ensure our customers are supported we have taken specific steps as part of our business continuity plan
We all have to do our part! Our thoughts are with anyone who may be affected by the coronavirus. Thank you for your continued trust in our team. Stay healthy.