Resilient and Adaptable
The coronavirus outbreak has caused everyone to reflect on how they navigate daily life, including business operations. Like many people, we are taking extra precautions with hygiene at our offices, and trying to learn new habits to greet friends and clients with our eyes, elbows, and feet rather than with hands or hugs.
Beyond our efforts to keep everyone in our midst healthy, we are also preparing to continue our operations internally and with our clients and their other professionals virtually and remotely. Over the years we have upgraded various elements of our electronic systems to enable us to provide seamless service to clients if our office needs to be closed. Our work internally, in partnership with other professionals, and for our clients will all continue.
For as long as it is appropriate, we are all working from our office, but offer clients and others the option to conduct meetings virtually using a video conference or phone conference call. If we determine it makes sense to close our physical location, we will remain available via phone, email or video.
We have often said the words “be well” in closing messages to our community – and we really mean it!
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