We wanted to keep you informed of the steps that we have already taken around the best advice given on COVID-19 to date.
In an industry that relies heavily on personal contact we have a responsibility to ensure we safe guard our clients, candidates and staff from any unnecessary exposure.
In the UK the current advice is work from home where at all possible. We have already implemented this for all our staff and continue to follow the Government's guidelines.
Our robust cloud-based infrastructure will ensure all employees can deliver a seamless and uninterrupted service remotely. Consultants all have access to VC technology and are able to register, qualify and test candidates in the same way.
We have already made a number of specialist VC arrangements for our clients and are offering support to candidates if they do not have access to such facilities.
The Law Support Group will continue to operate it's policy of ‘it’s business as usual’ whilst taking every preventative step to support and protect our staff, clients and candidates.
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