NEWTOWN, Pa.,– KVK Tech, Inc. a U.S. manufacturer of generic pharmaceuticals, today issued $1,000 checks to all employees to support families during the disruption created by various local national, state, and local measures instituted to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
“Over the last several weeks, everyone across the U.S. has had major disruptions in their personal and professional lives due to COVID-19,” said Anthony Tabasso, KVK’s President and Chief Executive Officer.
“We recognize that these disruptions put a strain on our employees and their families,” said Tabasso.
“Whether they are buying extra groceries or supplies for their families, or if one spouse needs to stay home as a result of schools being closed, families are all feeling the strain. We at KVK wanted to do what we could to take some of the financial hardship off of our families now and allow them to get whatever groceries and supplies they need without worrying about how it could affect their monthly budget.
“Today KVK issued $1,000 checks to each of our nearly 400 employees to support them during the unprecedented disruption we all face as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. Each employee plays a critical role in allowing KVK to continue to make high quality, affordable generic medication for the American patient, and our people go above and beyond each day to keep medicine on shelves during this national emergency. The safety our team members and their families is our number one concern, and we will look to support them any way we can.”
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