Mumbai: Startek, Inc., a global provider of customer experience management solutions, has implemented a series of measures on Business Continuity Planning (BCP) enactment, ensuring safety for all its people, improving liquidity and supporting its customers business operations in these unprecedented times.
Aparup Sengupta, Executive Chairman and Global CEO at Startek, who has not received compensation in any form since his appointment on January 15, 2020, will forgo any cash salary for the remainder of 2020. The decision comes in order to mitigate financial impacts to the Company as global markets are impacted from widespread disruption and mandated steps to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus
“Our top priority continues to be the health and safety of our employees and we’ve implemented key measures to maximize our operations and efficiency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Aparup Sengupta, Chairman & CEO of Startek. “We are continuously enabling employees to work-from-home after obtaining requisite client approvals. We are aligning our workforce to match with the current revenue levels and also managing our operating costs with an emphasis on minimizing disruption to our global business operations.”
We would like to thank our employees, customers and partners for staying focused during these testing times and for their continued collaboration. Startek’s BCP Taskforce are assessing and monitoring the situation closely and we are taking all possible measures to ensure continued and timely support to our customers and keep them engaged with their end customers.