After two great years in Dobson House, the need for additional space to house our growing administration team means we’re on the move.
The Prime Minister on Saturday 31st October announced that there will be a second lockdown throughout England.
Thank you to our absolutely amazing team of operatives for all your hard work, dedication and for taking great care of our customers.
You’re the best.
We’ve been in business since September 2003 and in that time we’ve had many sales meetings, operations meetings and hundreds of one to one chats but you know what? We’ve never, ever, had the whole management team in one room. Not once.
Just when we thought the new normal had arrived, it’s all change as Covid19 raises it’s ugly head once again.
At long last we have a number of furloughed members of the team returning after their time away from the business, including the sales and marketing teams so we can start to get back to growth and creating opportunities once again.
We won a contract to look after a ten storey car park which was only five years old but hadn’t been looked after very well. Only a few days in and the concrete is changing colour. Always satisfying to see a change like this.
As businesses begin to return to work, we’ve produced a risk assessment to understand what may have or has changed in the customers premises we look after. Some have already returned but over 200 staff are ready to re-start work as the customers request us to do so. We’ve developed a risk assessment / information booklet to give those ready to return an idea about what to expect and also give instructions about duties and where to go for help, if required.
I suppose, if nothing else, this terrible Covid19 situation has given a lot of business owners a time to look reflect on what they do and how things could be improved, changed or left alone.
With businesses looking at ways of protecting staff and customers the best they can, we’ve been looking at innovative ways to keep you as safe as possible. One system of keeping Covid 19 off every surface in a building is to ‘fog’ with Zoono.