March 13, 2020
Our COVID-19 Preventative Measures and Preparedness Plan
As concerns increase about the COVID-19 pandemic, Manning Elliott recognizes that we are not immune to the effects and are actively monitoring the situation very closely. We are committed to working together as an organization to decrease the transmission and lower the impact of COVID-19, by sharing factual information and resources from our provincial and federal health agencies with our team members, while addressing any concerns that may arise.
Our main priority during this difficult time is to ensure the health and safety of our staff, clients, and business associates while working together to minimize any possible business disruptions.
As an organization, to prevent the possible spread of infection we are encouraging our staff to stay at home if they feel ill and to self-quarantine, if they or anyone close to them has recently returned from one of the high risk affected countries.
Responding to the latest developments, we have also updated a number of our internal policies related but not limited to, in-office conduct, travel, and public transportation.
To Our Valued Clients
Manning Elliott has taken appropriate measures to ensure your safety when visiting one of our offices. This includes restricting access to any individual, staff member, or anyone close to them who has recently returned from one of the high risk affected countries. As an additional measure, we are requesting clients keep us informed on their own circumstance in dealing with COVID-19 before we dispatch our staff to their office.
At Manning Elliott, we are committed to ensuring a safe and healthy work environment for our staff, clients, and business associates. If you have any questions about how the latest COVID-19 developments may affect you or your business, please contact the Firm’s Managing Partner, Alden Aumann.
To our shared growth and success, we thank you for your understanding and support.