What to expect if you are working with Whitley Stimpson during England’s new local restriction tier system?
Following the discovery of a new Coronavirus variant, England has introduced tougher restrictions. From Saturday 19 December our High Wycombe office in Buckinghamshire will be in Tier 4, and our other offices across Oxfordshire will enter Tier 4 on Saturday 26 December. Therefore, essential, COVID secure visits can only be arranged by appointment at this time.
Providing a high-quality service to our clients remains important to us, alongside the health and well-being of our employees, clients, and their families. We will continue to follow government guidance which currently states that office workers who can work from home should do so.
We are supporting you from the office and home
We have provided the technology to allow our staff to support you securely, whether they are working in the office or remotely from home. We are prepared for further government restrictions if they happen so this can go on for as long as it needs to.
Getting in touch safely during the COVID-19 pandemic
Everyone at Whitley Stimpson can be contacted by email or phone as usual, and we can facilitate virtual meetings in place of face to face meetings using various video call applications. If you need to visit one of our offices to drop off your books or speak to someone in person, please contact us to make an appointment. All our offices are COVID secure and we are continuing to follow the Hands Face Space government guidelines so we can keep everyone as safe as possible.
Helping you through the financial uncertainty
With the continued uncertainty due to COVID-19, we know that many of you continue to feel the impact on your business and personal affairs. Please be assured that we are here to support you wherever possible and help get you through these challenging times.
Keeping you up to date with Coronavirus business news
We continue to provide the latest business news on COVID-19 on our website and share daily updates on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook to ensure that everyone remains informed. We also share our COVID-19 risk assessment regularly on our website, with our most recent one published here.
If you have any concerns about the effect of COVID-19 on the health of your business please contact us to discuss your specific needs.