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Coronavirus update – business as usual

By Lesley Stalker on 20 March 2020

As the developments caused by coronavirus (COVID-19) continue, we would like to reassure all our clients, partners and business associates of the steps RJP has taken to ensure it is ‘business as usual’ for all clients.

We have now closed our office and our staff are all working remotely. You should not experience any disruption to the delivery of our services.

Please continue to call the office number as usual and you will reach us immediately. We are responding to calls, emails and messages as normal.

Our thoughts are with the people affected and the healthcare professionals working tirelessly helping those in need. We hope you all stay safe in these challenging times.

If you would like more information, useful links include:

NHS COVID-19 Latest Advice

Dept. Health England Gov. Response 

UK Government guidance to employers and business

World Health Organisation

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As the developments caused by coronavirus (COVID-19) continue, we would like to reassure all our clients, partners and business associates of the steps RJP has taken to ensure it is ‘business as usual’ for all clients.

We have now closed our office and our staff are all working remotely. You should not experience any disruption to the delivery of our services.

Please continue to call the office number as usual and you will reach us immediately. We are responding to calls, emails and messages as normal.

Our thoughts are with the people affected and the healthcare professionals working tirelessly helping those in need. We hope you all stay safe in these challenging times.

If you would like more information, useful links include:

NHS COVID-19 Latest Advice

Dept. Health England Gov. Response 

UK Government guidance to employers and business

World Health Organisation