The company said it has extended benefits, providing 80 hours of paid emergency time off over the next 60 days. That is in addition to any current paid time off, sick leave or unpaid leave.
The company said 75% of its workforce--outside of some field and customer-facing jobs, is now working from home.
"This voluntary move goes beyond the recently enacted 'Families First Coronavirus Response Act,'" the company said, "since it does not require larger companies like CenturyLink to comply."
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