Oklahoma Response & Operations -- Update: Tuesday, May 21 – 6:00 PM, CDT
All Boeing OKC facilities will reopen beginning at 6 AM CDT Wednesday, May 22, 2013. Employees should report to work, per normal schedules after this time.
Those employees who are unable to report to work should contact their manager or supervisor and provide a situation status.
The well being of our employees is our first priority. Employees are encouraged to ensure their continued safety and the safety of friends and family as recovery efforts begin.
Employees are advised to check this Boeing Employee Emergency website or call the hotline (1-800-899-6431) or check with their site leadership for guidance. The hotline will be regularly updated with the latest information for site closures resulting from severe weather conditions.
Employees traveling to or through the affected area should check with their airline for schedule changes as airlines may not be completely back to normal flight schedules. Boeing Travel agents are available to assist affected travelers. If your travel is booked through Boeing, please work with Boeing Travel to confirm or adjust your plans.
Employees also are reminded to listen to their local news and weather reports for updated information on road closures and other potential impacts as cities recover from the storm's impact. Helpful information is available from the Boeing Employee Assistance Program website.
In the aftermath of the tornado, employees are asked to contact their manager to provide them with their information pertaining to their welfare.
Employees who have questions about how they should charge their time during the storm-related interruption should contact their manager or Finance representative for labor-charging instructions.
Family Care Resources
The Boeing Family Care Resources program's work/life specialists can assist employees with a wide range of concerns - such as elder care, parenting, chronic condition support, and convenience services. Call (toll free) 1-800-985-6895