To help protect our staff and clients, we are regularly reviewing our plans to deal with the impact of Coronavirus following the latest Government and Public Health England guidance. We will take steps to minimise the impact on our business, while also enabling us to continue to provide the best possible service to our clients.
Client and employee care
The health and wellbeing of our staff and clients remain our top priority. Everyone needs to play their part to slow the spread of the infection and to look after their own health. We are ensuring that we take a sensible and pragmatic approach to contain any risk of spreading the infection.
We are providing regular updates and guidance to all of our staff, clients, suppliers and visitors to our offices to ensure they understand the risks and how to mitigate against them.
Continuity of service
The majority of Langdowns DFK are able to work remotely as a result of strong and reliable IT infrastructure. Therefore, we are well placed to provide a continuity of service. We already operate across multiple sites and would aim to isolate by office in the first instance, but should this become wider spread, we can continue to operate remotely. Inevitably, there will be a reduction in the number of face-to-face meetings and travel, but we have a range of tools and technologies available to enable us to interact with our teams and clients remotely.
We are also part of the international DFK network, with 21 firms based in the UK; which provides further support and backup to help minimise disruption.
You can find the latest updates from the Government and Public Health England here.