We realise that this is a difficult and challenging time for everyone, and as we have reassured our staff, we also want to reassure our clients and those who have business dealings with Dillon Eustace, that in the decisions we make we will at all times prioritise your health and well-being.
Whilst we intend to keep our offices open during this time, we have introduced a number of protocols to minimise the risk to our people, our clients and our business. This includes, for the foreseeable future;
- facilitating as many as possible of our staff to work remotely, the vast majority of whom are currently doing so: those staff members are contactable using their normal email addresses and telephone numbers;
- providing guidance to our staff as to how to prevent the spread of the virus;
- cancelling all business travel;
- arranging for all client and board meetings to take place virtually;
- postponing all planned client events;
- directing our staff to stay out of the office if they are returning from international travel; and
- where required, requesting certain advance information from visitors attending our offices.
Through our Business Continuity Team, we are continuing to closely monitor the situation daily, taking into account guidance from the Irish Health Executive (HSE), the Department of Health and the Department of Foreign Affairs, and will continue to adapt our decisions based on this guidance.
If at any time you need to speak to anyone from Dillon Eustace, please contact us in the normal manner.
We thank you for your continued support and understanding during this period.
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