CZWG’s Covid-19 response
CZWG have always placed the highest importance on staff welfare and the provision of a quality service to our clients. We have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic in the following ways:
All staff have the resource to work remotely and safely from home and are doing so. Our office remains open to staff only for critical issues and the current situation only strengthens CZWG’s encouragement of cycling or walking to work when possible.
We have established good methods of communication, mostly via Microsoft Teams. This has successfully enabled project teams to stay in touch with each other and with clients and consultant teams. The whole office continues to meet on-line once a week, for a general catch up as well as to organise a range of extra-curricular activities.
Staff are still contactable via email and many office phone numbers have been redirected automatically. The switchboard remains operational, so please do call if you need to speak to a member of staff and can’t get through to them directly.
Amongst the backdrop of increasing media coverage about shortages of PPE, a dedicated team of CZWG staff have been 3D printing and assembling much needed face shields before distributing them to the frontline workers in hospitals, surgeries, pharmacies and care homes.
With our very best wishes to one and all.
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