20 Mar 2020

Health will always come first. Our commitment to our clients and employees.

Digicom’s commitment to Health & Safety

The health and well-being of our employees and customers has always been a priority for Digicom. In these unprecedented times of global pandemic we are committed more than ever to actively care for our families, staff, customers and all we come in contact with.

Social distancing has been in place for a couple of weeks and we are grateful that the nature of our business allows most of our employees to work from home. Digicom is open and ready to assist other businesses in setting up digital systems that will help them remain in business while connecting with a remote workforce in these difficult economic times.

We fully comply with the HSE recommendations on how to protect ourselves and others. Here is what you can expect by choosing to work with us at this time:

We will limit face-to-face interaction to a minimum and always keep a space of 2 metres (6.5 feet) between us and other people.

Our staff wear gloves and use disinfectant wipes. We “clean as we go” and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces as we work.

We will do most of the work for you from home wherever possible.

Anyone feeling in any way unwell is to self-isolate at home.

If you would like to discuss any specific requirement or concern you may have about an installation please contact us, we’ll be happy to find an adequate solution with you.

To remind yourself of HSE recommendations click here

Keep well, keep safe.

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18 Mar 2020

Remote working in a rapidly changing world

The current outbreak will pass. Sadly it will have an economic impact and people will lose their lives, prematurely. In an ever conscious world of populated clusters and global warming, we will remain challenged with changing our social and work habits, in order to give back to mother nature, what is hers.

Our professional contribution can only be to reduce carbon emissions and protect the human race. The Victorian concept of going to a central location in order to work will have to reduce drastically. Undoubtedly meeting face to face is the best way of networking. But familiarity should breathe the use of collaborative technology over the lifetime of that business relationship, rather than the constant need to travel.

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