As we navigate this strange new Covid-19 world, we want to do what we can to support individuals and businesses to #SurviveAndThrive. Welcome to the first of our blogs with advice, resources and useful links.
We know that in the face of the ongoing situation with Covid-19 many people will be facing unprecedented challenges. As individuals, we may find ourselves feeling anxious or afraid, isolated or just downright bored or frustrated. Business will be struggling, trying to find new ways of working and fighting to manage in very uncertain times. Here at Smith Goodfellow, we have always valued the sense of family and community that has grown up within and around our organisation and we very much want to offer support, encouragement and hope wherever we can. We really are all in this together and it’s never been more important to look out for one another, as well as ourselves.
With this in mind, we’ve decided to share any tips and resources we come across that we think might provide useful information, support or light relief. We’ll be sharing daily tips and messages on our social media channels from members of the team as we all accustom ourselves to working from home and navigate the strange situation, and we’re also going to compile some ideas and useful links right here on the blog for you to access and share.
We also invite you all to come join our community – pop over and say hi on Facebook, tag us with your own tips on Twitter, send us a pic of your working from home set-up on Instagram and help us promote and support small businesses on LinkedIn. We look forward to connecting with you.
As the situation continues to evolve there are more and more sources fighting for attention with updates and advice. For those in the UK, here are some key links to help you stay on top of official guidance:
Following the most recent guidance provided by the Government and Public Health England for employers and businesses, and in order to keep our team safe and healthy, we are now conducting all of our business remotely.
To ensure we can continue to support our clients during this time, we have put the following measures in place:
We are also committed to remaining active on all our social media channels and doing whatever we can to offer support, encouragement and a friendly space during these difficult times. Please reach out, come and say hi and let us know how you’re muddling through.
Check out the other blogs in our #SurviveAndThrive series, covering:
We will continue to update each of these posts as more information becomes available and we discover more existing/useful things to share. In the meantime, keep in touch with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. We look forward to connecting with you. Stay safe and well.