"Mirrico"

Dear colleagues, partners. Starting from March 20th Mirrico's offices in Kazan and Moscow have been locked down and transferred to remote work.

This measure is to reduce the number of social contacts what, under current conditions, is the best way to slow down the spread of coronavirus. Health of each and every employee is the top priority for our company and through employees’ isolation we take care of health of other people. We sincerely want all Mirrico’s employees and their families to feel safe.

Thanks to the digitalization that the company follows, our remote work will allow us to remain effective. We have made sure that all kinds of our interactions with employees, customers, contractors are convenient and accessible. Many employees had already been ready to work remotely. At the same time, the shift to a remote work schedule for 100% of office employees is a new experience for us. We are facing this challenge with workable and well tried-and-tested business tools. We will use them to the outmost and are keen that in future we will be able to share and multiply our current practices. There might potentially be some failures and delays and in this regards we are asking you to be sympathetic as we will quickly and promptly find solutions and be in touch.

Part of Mirrico's team will keep operating as usual as this is required by our obligations to customers and working conditions. We will monitor the health of these employees, provide the necessary care and protect them as much as possible from third-party contacts. The continuity of processes and our guarantees to customers, suppliers and contractors depend on their work. I am confident that due to their effectiveness we will stay afloat in this difficult time.

I wish endurance, patience, mutual understanding and health to all of us.

Igor Malykhin, CEO of Mirrico Group.

313Mirrico's offices in Kazan and Moscow work remotely
Mirrico's offices in Kazan and Moscow work remotely
23.03.2020

Dear colleagues, partners. Starting from March 20th Mirrico's offices in Kazan and Moscow have been locked down and transferred to remote work.

This measure is to reduce the number of social contacts what, under current conditions, is the best way to slow down the spread of coronavirus. Health of each and every employee is the top priority for our company and through employees’ isolation we take care of health of other people. We sincerely want all Mirrico’s employees and their families to feel safe.

Thanks to the digitalization that the company follows, our remote work will allow us to remain effective. We have made sure that all kinds of our interactions with employees, customers, contractors are convenient and accessible. Many employees had already been ready to work remotely. At the same time, the shift to a remote work schedule for 100% of office employees is a new experience for us. We are facing this challenge with workable and well tried-and-tested business tools. We will use them to the outmost and are keen that in future we will be able to share and multiply our current practices. There might potentially be some failures and delays and in this regards we are asking you to be sympathetic as we will quickly and promptly find solutions and be in touch.

Part of Mirrico's team will keep operating as usual as this is required by our obligations to customers and working conditions. We will monitor the health of these employees, provide the necessary care and protect them as much as possible from third-party contacts. The continuity of processes and our guarantees to customers, suppliers and contractors depend on their work. I am confident that due to their effectiveness we will stay afloat in this difficult time.

I wish endurance, patience, mutual understanding and health to all of us.

Igor Malykhin, CEO of Mirrico Group.


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