As per government advice, the firm has set up a range of measures to ensure a safe workspace for its employees; including routine testing, screens and safe workstations around the office and mental health surveys to be distributed and completed regularly.
A phased return to full office occupancy was started in January of this year and each member of staff’s individual circumstances were taken into consideration from both mental and physical health perspectives.
Jonathan Sealey, chief executive at Hope Capital, said: “The health and safety of our employees is always our top priority, which is why we have taken a measured approach to reopening our office.
“Despite a tough year, we have remained resilient and adapted to a new way of working when required, which enabled us to continue to lend and deliver the same innovative, flexible and tailored solutions to brokers and their clients.
“However, with restrictions easing and a roadmap out of lockdown, we believe now is the time to return to some normality while ensuring we provide a COVID safe workspace.
“Operating from the office enables us to continue delivering an efficient service to our brokers and clients from enquiry to completion.
“We feel fully confident we are now in an even greater position to continue to assist brokers and their clients with their bridging finance enquiries and are delighted to return to a sense of normality, albeit at a safe social distance.”
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