COVID-19 (Coronavirus): Advice & Information for DNEG staff

Here you will find key information about DNEG’s response to COVID-19, the current outbreak of Coronavirus, as well as travel and health advice from global and local authorities.

Last updated: Wednesday 15 April 2020

Health advice

Please take care of your health, and the health of those around you, by ensuring you are following local guidance around hygiene procedures, social distancing, self-isolation and other precautionary measures.

If you are unwell and have COVID-19 symptoms (fever and / or cough), please stay home, self-isolate, contact your local health authority and let your local HR / People team know.

Travel advice

All non-essential international business travel is currently suspended until further notice. 

As many countries are now implementing strict lockdown measures, we advise against personal travel and suggest checking up-to-date local government advice on this if you have any further queries.


We will continue to keep you informed by email on a regular basis of any updates, developments and new advice.

Zoom should be your key method of communication with your team for video meetings, audio calls and chat messaging.

During this evolving situation we may need to contact you out of hours, so please take a moment to check and update your mobile phone number in Workday.

We will also keep this page regularly updated with key information.

Meetings & Events

All DNEG attendance at external events is now postponed for the foreseeable future.

All meetings should be conducted via Zoom.


  • If you have a query regarding sick leave, pay or your contract, please reach out directly to your local HR / People team and keep your Line Manager informed
  • If you have a query regarding your setup at home for remote working, please get in touch with your Line Manager to discuss your requirements
  • If you have a technical query, please liaise with your immediate team first to try and troubleshoot the issue that way. If it is still unresolved, please contact tech support

Further information

For more advice, visit the link below for your region:



British Columbia