It may seem like an unusual time to talk about gratitude, but it is at times like these that showing others our gratitude for the things they do to help us, is most important. When this is all over, we’ll remember the people who thought of others rather than themselves..
As lockdowns extend and tighten, we are seeing the economic impact that Coronavirus is having not just on major industries like airlines and hotels, but also on local businesses whose services Boku offices have long relied on. The people who clean our space, water our plants, stock our kitchens, and cater our lunches that are suffering
We are very aware and grateful that Boku is among the fortunate – our business and way of working has been less affected and more adaptable to the current state of affairs than others, we are still able to serve our merchants and carrier partners so that they can provide the services that people stuck at home need access to.
We have always prided ourselves on wanting to do the right thing, a notion that spurred us to join other companies in instituting mandatory working from home well ahead of government mandates. But we realise that from our position, we can go beyond ensuring our employees doing their part to stop the spread of Coronavirus and supporting our frontline healthcare workers by staying home. Read full post