Beyond the balance sheet

Our next steps amid COVID-19

Christina Nawrocki 17/3/2020 1 minute read

Christina Nawrocki FCCA, makes an important announcement regarding our services during the COVID-19 outbreak.

It's Business Oxygen as usual at Wellers!

We have been carefully monitoring the current and evolving circumstances surrounding the coronavirus outbreak and want to reassure you that our team is prepared to work effectively, efficiently, and responsibly amid COVID-19 concerns.

The health and wellbeing of our staff, clients, and business contacts is something we take very seriously. We have the upmost confidence in our abilities to continue to support our clients through alternative methods if necessary, it will remain 'business as usual' at Wellers.

As a firm we have implemented best practices based on the evolving government guidance such as limiting non-essential travel between our four office locations, minimising in-person meetings and offering digital alternatives where  possible, and preparing diligently for remote working to ensure our staff have what they need to continue to support our clients during this difficult time.

Whilst we hope this will not be necessary, in the event of a firm wide interim closure, our teams will be available during normal office hours through alternative methods such as telephone, email and digital meetings.

As a note, it's important that as information and guidance develops on COVID-19 you remain informed with any changes we may need to implement, therefore we recommend staying up-to-date with our blog and social media channels. We also suggest that you contact our offices before visiting.

Please remember that we are here to support you and if you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to get in touch.

On behalf of the Partners and staff at Wellers I would like to thank you for your understanding.

Christina Nawrocki, FCCA

Managing Partner

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