Katz Korin Cunningham Business Continuity Update03.17.2020
As we continue to monitor and respond to the spread of COVID-19, I want to share the Katz Korin Cunningham response plan and how we are working to keep our employees, clients, and communities healthy and safe.
Our top priority is the health and safety of our entire staff, our extended community and our clients. We are continuously and carefully monitoring recommendations from the Indiana State Department of Health, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization, and state and local authorities.
Specifically, we are focused on slowing the spread of the virus through the following actions:
- Encouraging remote work while maintaining operations in an effort to slow the spread of the virus;
- Providing additional hand sanitizer stations and disinfecting equipment and work areas throughout the office;
- Keeping our entire team fully informed on the best practices to protect themselves, loved ones, and clients against the virus.
We want to assure you that we have robust IT systems in place to support our employees working remotely so they can continue to provide clients with the highest levels of service and security. If it becomes necessary to move to fully remote operations, we are prepared to make that transition without business interruption. Whether in the office or working remotely, we are committed to meeting our clients' needs with the same level of service and care you have come to expect from us.
We have requested that our lawyers and staff curtail nonessential travel for the time being. We are also encouraging the use of remote teleconferencing software for internal and external meetings whenever possible.
As this situation evolves, please rest assured that we are committed to serving the best interests of our clients and community at every step. In short, we would like to assure you that our firm will provide uninterrupted service to our clients while we all work through the challenges presented by COVID-19. Although our in-person interactions may be less frequent for the time being, please know that, as always, we are here for you.
Michael J. Gabovitch