COVID-19 Communication

COVID-19 Communication

To our valued clients and friends,

In response to the rapidly changing situation in Australasia and internationally regarding COVID-19, we wanted to let everyone know that we are planning on business as usual, with a few amendments to suit.

Even though the Government has yet to make the call, we are taking the following steps to minimise the risk of transfer to both our staff and the wider community:

  • As of Monday 23 March, staff in our Australian offices will be working remotely. Our current work practices already include remote working, and we are well placed to continue this efficiently

  • Our New Zealand offices will still be working in our offices, but are set up to work remotely should that become necessary

  • During this time we will make use of email, phone and virtual collaboration tools - eg. Microsoft Teams
  • We're avoiding all unnecessary travel and will be using online conferencing in place of face-to-face meetings for the foreseeable future. Site surveys will still go ahead as planned, provided it is still safe to do so

On behalf of the team at Marshall Day Australia, we thank you for your understanding. Feel free to contact us if you have any queries on how we will be working with you in the coming weeks.

Stay safe and well.

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