Our Covid Policy Is Changing - Here's What You Can Expect Going Forward
As we learn to live with Coronavirus, restrictions on our lives have slowly been withdrawn. We’ve adapted our COVID policy to reflect how we're operating post-pandemic. Here's what you can expect going forward.
During the pandemic, we made the decision to implement various health and safety measures to protect our staff, clients, and visitors.
This included closing our offices to visitors, holding client meetings online and working remotely for most of our employees.
We're pleased to say that our offices are now open again and we've been able to relax a lot of our measures post-pandemic.
If you're planning on coming to the office to visit us soon, here's what you can expect going forward.
We are pleased to share that we are now resuming face to face meetings as our standard practice. We will be continuing to offer the option of online or telephone meetings for those clients that would prefer. Please mention this to us when booking your meeting or call our administration team if you'd like to change previously agreed arrangements.
Masks or Face Coverings
The requirement to wear a face-covering has come to an end, and we are no longer asking our team members to wear one in our buildings. We do understand that you may prefer to continue to wear a face covering for the time being and we will accommodate your wishes. Please just let us know and we'll make sure our team are in the know and prepared.
Visiting Our Offices
In terms of our physical premises, we will be keeping sanitising stations in situ for you to use at your own discretion. We will continue to keep surfaces cleaned down regularly and aim to ensure our premises are well ventilated.
Although our offices remain open to visitors, if you plan to pop by to drop something off or have a chat with one of our team then it is worth calling us before you come along. One of the new-found benefits of the last couple of years is the increase in flexible-working and many of our team have opted to work from home for part of their working week.
This means they may not be in the building if it's not a planned meeting. Obviously, this doesn't apply if you have a meeting pre-booked. If you need to drop off a document, we can accept a digital copy in many cases. Give us a call to check as it could save you an unnecessary trip out.
If you have questions or concerns about your meeting or visiting our offices, we're more than happy to talk things through with you. You can see our covid policy on our website here, or if you have any questions for us, you can get in touch with us here.