The situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic is changing rapidly and we want to keep you informed of our actions to ensure business continuity.
Although most of the team have continued to work from home / flexibly following the relaxing of restrictions during the summer, some of the team had returned to the office, however, in response to the latest restrictions imposed by the Government, all members of our service delivery team are back working from home effective immediately.
All of the team are still working to ensure continuity of our service delivery and we’ll be contactable on our usual emails and contact numbers and we are now well versed in using multiple video conferencing platforms for meetings (as I’m sure we all are now).
We will keep you informed of any further changes and we hope you, your families and colleagues stay well!
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