COVID-19 Updates and Information

This page will be updated daily as changes occur

HTI is moving to an online only application process starting on 3/20. Orientations will be limited to groups of 10 or less in order to stick to social distancing guidelines and to give us the ability to clean between each group. Our recruiters will continue to review applications for our many job openings, so please apply online! We look forward to working with you.

If your assignment with HTI has been impacted by a plant shutdown or layoff during the COVID 19 crisis and you have questions about getting back to work with HTI, we want to help!  Call your local branch office or reach out to us through the form below.  One of our staff members will give you a call within 24 hours.  We are dedicated to keeping you informed and getting everyone back to work as quickly as possible.  Thank you for all you do to make HTI Great!


Get in Touch with HTI

COVID-19 Resources by State

·      Georgia

Public Hotline: 844-442-2681

·       Illinois

Public Hotline: 800-889-3931


·      Mississippi

Public Hotline: 877-978-6453 (8 AM – 5 PM CST, Monday – Friday)

·      North Carolina

Public Hotline: 866-462-3821

·      Oklahoma

Public Hotline: 877-215-8336

·      South Carolina

Public Hotline: 855-472-3432 (8 AM – 6 PM, every day)

Telehealth Virtual Care Provider (FREE CONSULT)

·      Tennessee

Public Hotline: 877-857-2945 (10 AM to 10 PM CST, daily)


As a valued member of the Human Technologies team, your health and well-being are important to us. While many questions regarding the novel coronavirus remain unanswered at this time, there are practical, commonsense ways for you to take care of yourself, protect others, and monitor latest developments. Based on guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Human Technologies recommends that employees:

  • Take their temperature at home each morning before they come to work. If they are running a fever (over 100.4 F), please stay home.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  • Avoid touching their eyes, nose, and mouth and cover their cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash
  • Stay home when they are sick
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe
  • Wash their hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing their nose, coughing, or sneezing (if soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol)

What do you do if you are running a fever (100.4 F or higher)?

  • If at work – report this to your HTI Representative immediately. You will be asked to leave the facility and seek medical attention. If you have not yet reported to work, you should inform your HTI Representative and Client Supervisor that you will be out due to illness/fever.
  • Associates that are out with a fever will be required to provide a return to work notice from their treating physician and be fever free for at least 24 hours.
  • If you provide documentation of a positive Flu or COVID-19 test, no attendance points will be assessed. This applies for documentation beginning March 16th – April 15th (NOTE: could be extended depending on COVID-19 circumstances – we are monitoring daily).

What do you do if you believe you have been exposed to COVID-19?

  • Exposure means you have been: 1. in close contact with, 2. sat on an aircraft within 6 feet of, or 3. live in the same household as, are an intimate partner of, or are caring for at home, a symptomatic individual with a presumptive positive test for COVID-19.
  • You need to report this to your HTI Representative right away. They will follow our client protocol for exposure risk and give you next steps.

Employees who have questions or concerns regarding this information, Human Technologies leave policies, or any other issue, should speak with their HTI Onsite Support, HTI Client Rep or local HTI Branch Office. To learn more about the novel coronavirus and keep up with the latest developments, see the About Coronavirus Disease 2019 and CDC’s Frequently Asked Questions and Answers webpages. For information about handwashing, see CDC’s Handwashing website.