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Returning to some form of normality 6 October 2020
We have endeavored from the onset of the pandemic to minimise the inconvenience to our clients and to continue to deliver a full range of services. We have our full complement of staff back at work – albeit a cohort working from home to reduce density in the office. The office itself has been adapted to minimise any risk to personnel or the public. The reception has sanitizing facilities and our receptionists are segregated by a perspex screen. We have a designated interview room with similar perspex protection and as this reduces the number of interviews, we will accommodate clients during lunch hour or outside normal office hours. We would ask our clientele to observe the social distancing rules when entering and leaving our premises.
We have completed our migration into the Cloud – one of the biggest advances in our history. It expedites our working practices and facilities home working. We all enjoy brand new state of the art computers, printers and copiers for the conveyance of our staff and the benefit of our clients.