thinkBooker and Covid-19: Keeping our staff safe, and our business operational.
With the Covid-19 pandemic impacting all sectors of society, it is only natural that there will be concerns about the welfare of family, friends, colleagues, clients and our businesses.
As we navigate through these uncertain times, our top priority is to do all that we can to ensure that our staff, clients and suppliers remain as safe and well as possible. For this reason we have, and will continue, to follow all official advice and guidance provided by the Government and NHS.
We’re Still Working
Of course, we don’t know how long it will be until the country, and indeed the world, returns to normality. Therefore, it is important to us that we do all we can to ensure that our business keeps moving forward and working with our customers.
Thankfully, at thinkBooker, our business continuity processes are robust. As a business we fully embrace flexible and remote working practices, ensuring that every member of our team is fully equipped to carry out day-to-day operations from home.
This means that we are fully enabled to deliver the essential support that our clients’ booking and scheduling systems require.
Furthermore, our fully-operational team can also continue working on the development of existing and upcoming projects. We are still open to handle enquiries and provide consultation on any booking system queries you may have, as you look to put new processes in place for the future.
Our Remote Working Culture
As a progressive business we have been adopting a culture of flexible and remote working over the past few years, in line with the changing habits and expectations within the UK workforce.
We utilise a range of online collaboration and communications tools that allow us to continue working within a team structure and to work cohesively with and on behalf of our clients.
The Current Guidelines
As you will all be aware, the Covid-19 outbreak is a rapidly changing situation, with new guidelines and announcements being made on a daily basis.
We will continue to follow all advice and put in best practice measures to ensure both the safety of our people and the continuity of our operations.
With the Government’s recent announcement to avoid non-essential meetings and gatherings, the decision has been made for all staff to work from home from Wednesday 18th March until further notice, and all face-to-face client meetings will be moved to online meetings or conference calls, as appropriate.
Feel Free To Call
If you have any questions, concerns or enquiries over the coming days and weeks, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.
Stay safe everyone.