Coronavirus business update – 17 March 2020

Coronavirus business update – 17 March 2020

Artesia continues to update plans and policies in response to Government advice on Covid-19. Our over-riding aims, as always, are to protect the health and safety of the Artesia team, deliver great work for our clients and manage business risks.

The company is now effectively working from home until further notice. During this time we will continue with our normal work as much as possible. We will be developing new practical measures to make sure the team remains just that – a team – over the coming weeks. We will also be talking with clients, suppliers and advisors to keep operating effectively.

As per government guidance, we are stopping all face-to-face meetings and business travel with immediate effect.

We'll continue to monitor the situation and update if the situation changes. If you have any questions, please feel free to speak to any one of us.

Update: As of 20 May 2020 we have risk assessed and enabled a small number of people to work in our office, under very limited circumstances, whilst maintaining social distancing and enhanced cleaning and hygiene procedures. This is in line with government guidance issued 11 May 2020.

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