Coronavirus (Covid-19) Statement from Eploy
Eploy take the health, safety and wellbeing of our team and customers very seriously. As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation continues, we have reviewed and updated our policies and working practices in-line with government guidelines and will continue to do so as guidelines and advice evolves.
We have contingency measures in place to ensure continuity of service to our customers in the event the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation should escalate again. Actions taken thus far include re-testing our Business Continuity Plan (ESEC-BC-01), which ensures that all staff, systems and processes continue to perform at the optimal level and that all members of the team understand how the business continuity process works. We are also continually working with our supply chain to ensure they can continue to provide services.
We have re-opened our offices at Eploy HQ in Kidderminster to staff with enhanced cleaning and social distancing. Some of our colleagues are attending on a rota system, working in ‘bubbles’ to mitigate the impact of an outbreak should it occur. We are sorry that we are not yet able to receive visitors to the office, but we do hope to welcome visitors again in the near future.
Our teams continue to hold meetings online (via Zoom/ Teams etc) and can continue to work from home if they wish. We are not yet permitting travel to customer premises for meetings but we hope to re-introduce face to face meetings in the near future. When we are able to, travel to and attendance to meetings in customers premises will be in accordance with our own risk assessments, government guidelines and also in-line with guidance for the premises we are visiting.
As we adapt and settle into the ‘new normal’, we remain confident that we will continue to operate as normal including implementing current and new projects alongside our usual activities to support our existing customers.