COVID-19 Business Continuity Update12 March, 2020
As COVID-19 continues to impact the global community, Flynn O’Driscoll would like to update our clients on the steps we have taken to ensure business continuity.
Based on guidance from the World Health Organization and HSE, we have augmented our already robust business continuity plan with specific steps to account for COVID-19.
As the situation developed we successfully tested remote working across our teams; in light of the Government announcement earlier today we have implemented remote working practices across both our Dublin and Galway offices commencing with effect from 18.00 today and lasting until 29th March 2020 as per government recommendations.
Each of the Dublin and Galway offices will remain open with a reduced workforce present onsite to facilitate ongoing business. We are committed to maintaining business as usual and ensuring our clients continue to receive the highest quality service without disruption.
The health and safety of our people and clients is paramount, particularly in the current environment; as such, all domestic and international business travel is suspended. In place of face to face meetings we will be leveraging technology and conducting internal and external meetings via telephone and video conference.
Our experienced legal teams are on standby to assist clients with the business and legal challenges this unprecedented situation is presenting; please get in touch with your usual contact to discuss any particular challenges we can assist with.