The health and safety of our employees, members, and partners is our highest priority at Young Living. First and foremost, we want to assure our members that we’re putting people first while still maintaining high-functioning business operations. Despite the growing health concerns related to COVID-19, we’re here to support you as much as ever. That goes for all of our market leadership around the world too. Our corporate leaders in every Young Living market have responded to this crisis with timeliness, insight, and the agility required to overcome the business challenges presented by this global situation. Watch our video for the latest update.
As a key part of putting people first, we’ve taken decisive steps to protect our employees around the world. One of these steps is to follow sound guidance from public health authorities and ask employees to work from home for the near future.
For areas of our business with functions that cannot be done remotely, we’re strategically staggering shifts to create space between people to reduce potential exposure—both for employees and members of the public. This includes, for example, our farms, warehouse, shipping operations, and other important functions. Globally, you can also count on the support you need from your market Member Services teams.
While we will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and will respond based on the advice of governments, public health authorities, and medical professionals, we are also taking these critical steps:
1. Organising a virtual International Grand Convention and canceling the live event
2. Postponing all farm tours until further notice
3. Canceling or postponing major events
The safety and well-being of the attendees at any Young Living event has and always will be our first priority. We’ll continue to evaluate our general event schedule and update event dates and locations as needed.
Please see below for updates regarding specific events and member support. Information is subject to change so please check for the latest updates.
International Grand Convention
For 2020, our biggest annual event will be 100% virtual. While this event will no longer be in person, our virtual reach will be limitless and will break down boundaries—giving us the opportunity to reach thousands of homes and ignite the momentum that the convention brings. Get your Virtual IGC tickets.
Live Your Passion Rally (April 2020)
For the upcoming April's Live Your Passion Rally we encourage members to limit their rallies to smaller groups (maximum size of 15 pax) or host online sessions as a precautionary measure.
Trainings and Workshops
Usage of the YLSG Training Room has been suspended with effect from February 17, 2020. No further trainings and workshops will be held in the room from the stipulated date until further notice. New bookings for the usage of the Training Room will no longer be accepted with immediate effect.
Zoom call trainings will replace some of the onsite trainings during this period. Please look out for our eblast for the links to participate in these online sessions.
Our dedicated team of support staff is here to help you as needed.
To reduce the number of members visiting the Experience Centre, we encourage members to place their orders via email, phone or Virtual Office and opt for home delivery.
In the continuing efforts to uphold public health during the COVID-19 situation, TripleOne Somerset's building management has implemented the screening of temperature using a thermal scanner for all tenants and visitors to the building. We will continue to monitor the situation and make further adjustments to our operations when necessary. As additional precautionary measures to prevent the spread of infection, we have enforced the following in our Experience Centre:
Cleaning of countertops, entrance door handles, Queue kiosk, iPads every 2-hour with Thieves household cleaner; and
All front-end staff will be wearing face masks.
We also encourage all members to continue to stay vigilant and practice social responsibility. If you are feeling unwell, stay at home and avoid social gatherings. Together we can protect and safeguard our loved ones and the community. Keep safe and stay well!
For the latest updates on COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) in Singapore
Visit the following government and public health authorities' websites: