Coronavirus - protecting our staff and clients

Churchers believe that the health and welbeing of their  staff and clients are of utmost importance,  with this in mind we are reviewing our plan regularly with regard to our approach to the Coronavirus and are following the latest Government and Public Health England guidance, we believe we should all take steps to assist trying to minimise the spread of this infection.  We are currently in the process of putting in place alternative means to operate our business,  to minimise disruption (should infection escalate), this should enable us to continue to provide the best possible service to our clients.

Our three steps we believe are key;

Client and staff welfare
The health and wellbeing of our clients and staff remain of utmost importance.   Everyone has a responsibility to assist in minimising the spread of the infection and to look after their own health. We are ensuring that we take a sensible  approach to contain any risk of spreading the infection, reminding everyone to Catch it, Bin It, Kill it.

We will provide regular updates and guidance to all of our staff, clients, and any visitor to our offices, we will be reviewing our internal policies on a regular basis, taking advice from ACAS and the Government Website.

Continuing to provide the best possible service
Many of our lawyers are able to work remotely, so we are well placed to be able to continue to deliver the best possible service and maintain business as usual. We are happy to assist our clients should they choose not to attend our offices, to hold any meetings via the telephone, reducing the amount of face to face meetings.  Our aim is to continue delivering the best service possible.  

If you have a meeting planned and are concerned, please get in touch with your lawyer who will be happy to make alternative arrangements.  

We would ask all clients to follow the latest government guidance and advice regarding symptoms, self-isolation and social distancing before attending the office.



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