Production in Full Swing Despite Covid-19
Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, WinGo continues its business operations and serves its customers normally. Production is in full swing and goods are delivered on time. Although colleagues now meet with mask, they have managed to keep the positive team spirit and wish the same for everyone else, too.
In our new post series, WinGo reveal how the crisis has affected their working life and how they cope with the restrictions we all need to follow.
GOODS KEEP FLOWING
It is another busy day in the product department. Kuen and her colleague work full hours and take care that the goods keep producing and the customers of WinGo Games get their products on time, safe and sound even in these trying times. As the crisis has hit some regions more than others, some international customers have needed to shut down their operations, but at the same time, there are others with an even growing demand. Consequently, the amount of goods being shipped has not changed, just some of the work routines.
The pulse is the same, you just follow the new rules to reduce the risk of an infection to a minimum: keep distance, wear mask and wash your hands frequently.
As an enthusiastic table tennis fan, Kuen has not needed to modify her hobbies during the lockdown – she has just picked the less crowded outdoor ping-pong table. Having fewer options for leisure time has made her spend more time with her family, which is Kuen’s number one hint for reloading batteries during stressful times.
BUSY DAYS WITH EXTRA SPURTS
At WinGo, the spring has definitely been a little exceptional, that is, exceptionally busy. Although the infection rate is a clean zero, there have been some more sick notes due to the strict rules to stay home in case of any suspicion of illness.
Production manager Keung thanks his colleagues for sharing a good attitude throughout the stressful times. The corporate-level guidelines also apply in WinGo, in addition, they have created their own instructions for lunch breaks and other practices that regulate the number of people getting together in the same place at the same time.
Yet our small team of only four people can still have its weekly in-person meetings.
Being able to work every day, meet people, and hold on to the normal daily life has been Keung’s most important asset for staying positive and optimistic. Exercise in nature comes next.
When the gyms are closed, you can always do a workout outside. I play basketball with my colleagues and friends several times a week. That is still safe and relaxing.