TaxManagement and COVID-19
As COVID-19 continues to spread and impact people and businesses around the world, TaxManagement took emergency measures in order to protect its people who work and same time is committed to providing awareness and transparency to our customers, employees, and partners about how we are responding. We do not anticipate any significant disruptions in TaxManagement services.
Our Business Continuity Team is monitoring the situation closely and all company personnel are kept up to date via multiple internal communication channels including a live chat room.
Customers and the public are encouraged to visit this blog post for the latest information.
Does TaxManagement have Business Continuity ?
Yes. TaxManagement’s Business Continuity Team is a cross-functional, geographically diverse group dedicated to navigating through a health crisis like COVID-19 as well as a variety of other scenarios that may impact employee safety and business continuity.
What is TaxManagement’s Business Continuity Plan in the light of COVID-19?
• Daily Business will not be affected. Only external tasks and meetings are postponed in respect of local and Global Health Guidance.
• All personnel will work from distance as per our policy and all daily jobs will NOT BE AFFECTED.
Can the essential aspects of the services be performed by employees working from their homes?
Fortunately the High Tech IT infrastructure of TaxManagement business is in extreme high level and allow us to work from distance. At this time we do not anticipate significant impact to our services.
Are TaxManagement offices closed?
Yes. our offices are closed till March 31. Employees are working from home.
What are your plans to ensure minimal impact to services?
TaxManagement’s business continuity team has worked with organisation leaders to prepare for the challenges of COVID-19 and many other scenarios. We are confident in our ability to limit impact to services because of our preparation.
Do you anticipate any service disruption or support by either yourself or your subcontractors due to COVID-19?
At this time we do not anticipate any service disruptions due to COVID-19. We are monitoring the situation closely and will update as information becomes available.
What is the communication method they will be using to inform customers of an interruption?
For any kind of change we will keep updating our customers via newsletter mail and via this news blog
Who can I reach out for comments or concerns?
For questions not answered above, customers can reach out to [email protected]