JFSC moves back to remote working after Government asks Islanders to work from home
The Government of Jersey has issued new guidance for Islanders to try to tackle the spread of Covid-19. This includes asking people to work from home, where possible.
This is not a ‘Stay at Home’ order or a return to the ‘Essential Worker Scheme’ – it is guidance that we are following and would encourage businesses to do the same.
We understand that some businesses will need to have a limited number of staff in the office to maintain critical services. In these cases, businesses should follow the latest guidance on the Government of Jersey’s website.
We are reminding businesses to speak with their supervisors if they encounter any operational difficulties as a result of the virus or the work from home where possible position.
JFSC working from home
In response to Government’s guidance, all of our staff are now once again working remotely, except for a small number of essential staff members.
Our reception is closed to the public until further notice.
You can still contact us through the usual channels, by either emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling +44(0)1534 822000.
Our Registry team remains on hand to support our customers with day-to-day service requests. For the time being, we will be pausing all in-person meetings and will contact any customers directly who have pre-booked appointments to make alternative arrangements.
Visit our dedicated support pages on our website where you can request a call with a member of our team. You can also email us directly.
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