Remote Working From Home

Contingency and Remote Working

It comes as no surprise that a large number of businesses have started advising their employees to work from home in the ongoing bid to curb the coronavirus outbreak. Companies such as Google and Twitter have released Covid-19 contingency plans to employees that include compulsory working from home. At PLH Medical Ltd, we have also developed our own contingency plan that will ensure our services are effected as little as possible by the recent outbreak and that all our customers receive the necessary services that they require. Which is why we would like to remind all of our customers that we are continuing to operate as usual, in compliance with government health advice.  Our priority is to look after our customers, ensuring veterinary practices are able to provide their continual level of care.

The health, safety and wellbeing of our customers, our employees, and the public has always been our top priority.  In response, our staff have the capabilities, technology and flexibility to work remotely. We already have an experienced team of remote workers in Blackpool, Basingstoke, London, Reading and York plus a field engineering team nationwide.

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Nevertheless, for some workers who may find themselves working remotely in the coming weeks can join me, Gemma Wilson (Marketing and Communications at PLH Medical Ltd), on the best ways to maximise productivity, maintain positive mental health, and how to avoid spending all day in your pyjamas when working from home and making the most of working remotely.

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Gemma Wilson
Marketing & Communications
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