How Phase 3 are handling the Coronavirus

Last Updated 1st April 2020

Further to the announcements from the Government around the Covid 19 Job Retention Scheme Phase 3 have created processes (Inlcuding reports and calculations) to support many HR and Payroll systems with the processing of Furlough and the associated payments.


Last Updated: 17th March 2020

In recent days the issues relating to the Coronavirus have escalated in the UK. Phase 3 have sound business continuity and emergency plans which have been tested regularly and were put into effect last week.

This means:

  • We recommended from last week that our teams work from home and reduce travel and onsite visits – this has been communicated with clients who had consultancy bookings
  • Our teams have access to work from home securely and with access to all business systems
  • Our teams are all trained to ensure data security when working remotely and follow the company IT policy
  • Our teams regularly work from home and are already based in multiple UK sites – this means we are already familiar with processes for home working and our services are designed to be delivered from multi sites, reducing the risks to our clients
  • Our managed services clients have been written to – confirming our plans to ensure we are able to continue to deliver services, which have now been put into effect.

Business Continuity

If you are concerned about your business continuity plans, in particular around HR systems and Payroll then please get in touch. Our teams are able to offer support and guidance on how to safeguard payroll services by utilising the technology. Our team also offer business continuity support for: HR Systems, Payroll and reporting should your service delivery be affected.

Please contact us if you have any queries or read our blog to find out more.

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Written by : Laura Lee

Laura’s role as Head of Marketing sees her continually looking for new opportunities to tell the world how great Phase 3 is.

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