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Coronavirus - an update from Moore UK

Coronavirus - an update from Moore UK

Nick Hilton

In view of the challenges and disruption resulting from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we would like to wish you well and update you on our plans to minimise disruption to the services we provide.

Our network firms have contingency plans to ensure they continue to offer the best possible service, including where social distancing and home working has become necessary.

Face-to-face meetings may need to be postponed; but, if this is the case, firms will use other means of communication such as conference calls, mobile and email. We plan to continue to operate as normally as possible, but in the event of self-isolation, we are fully prepared and will respond to requests and enquiries as usual.

We are confident that we can continue to provide an excellent service through this challenging, developing situation. To ensure that we are responsible in caring for ourselves, our families, friends, clients and the public, we are keeping up to date with government and WHO guidelines and following the recommended regulations.
Many organisations are seeing the impact of the coronavirus from a reducing onsite workforce, pressures on technology and the reliability of supply chains for continuing business operations. Employee safety and business continuity planning are key to ensuring a sustainable future through these challenging times. Our London network firm, Moore Kingston Smith, has launched a coronavirus hub that contains insights designed to support you at this difficult time.

To discuss the impact of coronavirus on your business, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with your usual contact partner. Meanwhile, further information can be found at World Health Organization and UK Government.