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Clearly Identify Your Essential Employees with New ID Cards

Posted April 13, 2020

To stop the spread of COVID-19, businesses are moving to a remote work from home model. When that’s not possible and your employees need to be at work because you offer an essential critical service, you may be required to identify those employees as essential and authorized to work.

Essential Employee ID Cards are Durable Enough for Everyday Use

Why Choose an Essential Employee ID Card?

A letter identifying the employee as essential and allowed to work may meet the requirements, but a piece of paper is easy to lose, tear, or smudge with dirt or water. Durable PVC Essential Employee ID cards are made for daily use.

Essential employee ID badge backers (in vertical or horizontal) are easily paired with your existing employee ID – the larger sized badges hang below a standard CR80 size card so the bright red “ESSENTIAL EMPLOYEE” text is clearly visible. This is a good option for employees who already have an ID badge to display.

If you don’t already have an employee ID badge to pair the new card with, these vertical or horizontal Essential Employee cards have eye-catching red text naming the employee essential and necessary for work.

How to Customize Your Essential Employee ID Cards

After your order has been placed, a Customer Satisfaction rep will contact you to get your business information. Customizable text fields for these cards:

  • Company Name
  • Company Phone Number
  • Company Address (Line 1 & 2)

Stop the Spread with New Floor Mats & Door Signs

Posted April 13, 2020

New social distancing guidelines to stop the spread of COVID-19 in our communities are recommending people should stay at least six feet apart and avoid crowds. Easily communicate changes in your hours to reduce crowds and mark six-foot distances for payment lines with these new AirTrack Stop the Spread mats and signs.

Stop the Spread with new Retail, Grocery, and Convenience Store "Wait Here" Floor Mats

New Stop the Spread Signage

Maintain order in your grocery or convenience store payment lines with new floor mats. These eye-catching signs are easier for customers to spot compared to tape marks on the floor and come in three styles:

  • Red sign, 12” x 4”, with white “WAIT HERE” text (packs of 200, 500, 1000, or 2000)
  • Black footprint sign, 12” x 18”, with yellow “STAND HERE” text (packs of 200, 500, 1000, or 2000)
  • Blue circle sign, 12”, with yellow “PLEASE MAINTAIN 6 FEET OF SEPARATION” text (packs of 200, 500, 1000, or 2000)
Communicate New Store Hours with Retail, Grocery Store, and Convenience Store "Our Hours Have Changed" Window Signs

New Stop the Spread Window Signs

In addition to standing six feet apart, many stores are changing their hours and creating new shopping hours for elderly customers. These new window signs help customers know the new policies:

  • “OUR HOURS HAVE CHANGED” signs in with red text to draw attention to newly posted hours (packs of 200, 500, 1000, 2000)
  • “NEW HOURS OF OPERATION” signs with hours for seniors & public (packs of 200, 500, 1000, 2000)

Barcodes, Inc. Logistics Facilities & Technical Support to Continue Operations as ‘Essential Services’

Posted March 25, 2020


To Our Barcodes, Inc. Customers and Communities:

Multiple state governments have enacted ‘stay at home’ orders to curb the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. This means all residents are mandated to ‘remain at home’ and only essential businesses may remain open to provide critical services. Under these orders, residents of the states must remain in their homes except as needed to maintain continuity of operations in 16 specific critical infrastructure sectors. Two of those critical infrastructure sectors, as defined by the Department of Homeland Security, are the information technology and transportation & logistics sectors.

Chart of Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers

Barcodes, Inc. plays a vital role in the information technology and logistics sectors and in serving the supply chain in this unprecedented time of need. Therefore, our warehouses and support centers across the country will remain open and operational and our field services technicians will remain available to continue to serve our customers in fulfilling the critical technology needs of the nation’s federal, state and local governments, healthcare facilities, and education, industrial and financial services sectors.

We currently have large stocks of finished goods are closely coordinating with our suppliers and logistics partners to ensure prompt service. This will enable us to continue to serve our valued customers as we all work together to support the supply chain and critical industries in the U.S. and Canada.

We continue to implement strict precautionary measures in all our logistics and integration centers, in accordance with government and public health requirements, to reduce risk for colleagues who are performing their duties.

If you have questions, please contact your Barcodes, Inc. sales representative or contact Barcodes, Inc. at 1-800-351-9962.

We value your business and will continue to do everything we can to provide the best possible service to all our customers during these exceptionally challenging times.

Best Regards,
Daniel Nettesheim
President & CEO

Update on Company Response to COVID-19

Posted March 11, 2020

To Our Barcodes, Inc. Customers and Communities:

As the COVID-19 epidemic continues to evolve, we want to let you know that Barcodes, Inc. and all of its subsidiaries has a comprehensive plan in place to continue to protect our employees and support the ongoing operations of our customers.  We are closely monitoring guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization, and local health officials around the world, and we will rely on their cumulative recommendations and expertise to inform our decisions. 

I want to share some of the actions Barcodes, Inc. is taking to help protect and support both you and also our employees. As a precaution, we are:

  • Continuously monitoring our supply chain to understand any disruptions which could cause a delay in the delivery and support of your mission critical operations. We will continue to update our messaging to ensure our customers have accurate information to make appropriate decisions.
  • Adopting work from home practices as needed as part of normal business operations and leveraging a complete portfolio of cloud-based systems, which will allow our dedicated account managers and staff to support their customers’ operations and critical business functions without undue risk.
  • Modifying our paid time off policies to ensure that our employees-including hourly employees-who miss work due to illness or to care for sick family members do not suffer loss of income or other benefits.
  • Implementing several measures to ensure the health and safety of our facilities, including suspending international travel and limiting non-essential domestic travel, reducing large customer events and gatherings, limiting visitors to the office, and maximizing health and hygiene activities across all office locations by maintaining sanitation supplies and encouraging an “if you are sick, stay home” mindset.

We deeply appreciate your partnership with Barcodes, Inc. We understand that this can be a very difficult time within your teams and communities. We offer our deepest sympathies to those who have already been affected. Rest assured that as circumstances continue to develop, one thing will remain the same: We will make our decisions with the health and well-being of our customers, employees, partners, and communities as our highest priority. 

Best Regards,
Daniel Nettesheim
President & CEO