McLean, VA. January 14, 2019 – HumanTouch, LLC, has taken strides to protect its workforce that directly supports federal government contracts. In response to the government shutdown, and as a gesture of accord, the HumanTouch executive team, senior management and directors will voluntarily take one day off each week in order to ensure that their staff remains paid and their health insurance covered. HumanTouch CEO Moe Jafari will not draw a salary until the shutdown is over.
“Approximately 10% of our staff is currently furloughed,” said Jafari. “We are humans first, and we have a responsibility to our staff to see that they are secure during this furlough.”
“The decision to support staff is easy but it is also good business,” he said. “The government will start up again. Our federal government clients expect readiness and innovation. We will be prepared to return to our contracts at a moment’s notice. You must invest in good people, and those dividends pay for themselves.”
HumanTouch, LLC, provides solutions for challenges in the areas of cybersecurity, infrastructure engineering, operations management, solutions engineering, strategy/modernization and more. For over 20 years, we have used our team of experts to infuse innovation, leadership and the human touch to sync with our client's mission. The hallmark of HumanTouch is the ability to strengthen our clients’ effectiveness in the marketplace by bolstering their knowledge of the industry, anticipating and responding to growth and demands, and reducing risk in the digital age. We match our expertise with integrity, acumen and execution.
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