Dear EchoRealty residents,
In accordance with the NSW Government’s advice, we continue to make some temporary changes to the way we conduct business. Our priority has always remained the same, that being to ensure the health and wellbeing of each of our clients and employees, while maintaining the highest level of support and services for our residents.
To protect the health and safety of our staff and residents, until further notice, our offices will remain closed to all clients.
What does this mean for you?
EchoRealty employees will continue to work predominantly from home throughout March. During this period, we will continue to monitor the COVID case numbers in the community and hospitalisation numbers, hoping and expecting they will reduce further. Government projections indicate they will reduce significantly by late March to early April and we anticipate another COVID-19 Update will be made available.
Client meetings and client services:
Under our current ‘COVID Management and Vaccination Policy,’ all employees are required to have all COVID-19 vaccinations and respective booster vaccinations when conducting field work and client activities.
Employees who are fully vaccinated may now choose to undertake client service activities in the field.
Before staff undertake a client visit, they will complete health screening questions with you.
Please note however that our offices will continue to remain closed throughout March.
Safety and required PPE:
EchoRealty staff are required to wear a face mask when conducting client service activities.
Social distancing must be maintained, especially when in smaller spaces such as in meeting rooms.
If an EchoRealty employee is due to conduct a client visit and you begin to feel unwell, please inform them immediately and cancel this planned activity.
EchoRealty values the health of our employees, clients and the community at large. Please continue to listen to the advice of the NSW Government and visit the NSW Health website for the most up-to-date information on COVID-19.
We will continue to update you regularly on how we are approaching this situation.