At Wiley, we are committed to ensuring the continued health and safety of all members of the firm. As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the firm’s mission to keep our workplace as safe as possible, the firm has implemented certain measures for any individual visiting our office.
Please review these important guidelines prior to visiting Wiley.
- Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination. Wiley has adopted a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for individuals working in or visiting the firm’s office. All visitors should ensure that they are able to provide a copy of their CDC immunization card reflecting that they are “fully vaccinated” as defined by the CDC by the date of their scheduled visit.
Proof of vaccination will be collected through the firm’s electronic health screening platform on the day of any scheduled visit to the firm’s office. Vaccination card images are treated as confidential and accessed only by designated firm personnel to ensure compliance with the firm’s health and safety policies and procedures. Individuals who are not fully vaccinated or unable to provide proof of vaccination should contact their Wiley host to discuss virtual access or alternate options.
- Day-Of-Visit Health Screening Questionnaire. Visitors will be required to complete a short electronic COVID-19 health screening questionnaire on the day of their scheduled visit and upload a copy of their vaccination card. The health screening questionnaire is conducted via a web-based platform, mHealthCoach, and can be easily accessed from a visitor’s mobile device, including iPhone or Android devices, or computer. Accepted formats for the vaccination card image include jpg, png, webp, or jpeg files, or a photo from a mobile device.
Individuals who are experiencing any symptoms suggestive of a COVID-19 infection as currently identified by the CDC, regardless of whether COVID-19 is suspected, will not be permitted to enter the firm’s office.
In addition to the above requirements for visiting the firm’s office, individuals should not visit the firm’s office if any of the below circumstances exist.
- Positive COVID-19 Diagnosis. Visitors who have tested positive for COVID-19 in the 10 days prior to their scheduled visit, regardless of vaccination status or the presence of symptoms, will not be permitted to enter the firm’s office.
- Close Contact. Visitors who have been in close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19 in the 10 days prior to their scheduled visit regardless of whether they are experiencing symptoms should reschedule their visit to a later time or consider using technology where possible to conduct their meeting.
Questions about the firm’s COVID-19 visitor guidelines can be directed to Cheryl Flynn, Director of Human Resources.