BCS is Back in the Office

On March 19, 2020, Governor Newsom of California issued a “stay at home” Executive Order due to the current global crisis. In order to protect the safety and health of BCS employees and to slow the deadly virus, Bond Consulting Services (BCS) closed its physical office located in Long Beach, CA that same day. However, BCS continued to serve our clients remotely without missing a beat.

Starting on May 8th, Governor Newsom allowed the reopening of lower-risk workplaces. BCS is considered a low-risk workplace because our office can be modified to make the environment safer for employees. After careful consideration, President Bob Bond decided to reopen the BCS office on Monday, June 1st, 2020.

Safety is our first priority so BCS is following all Los Angeles County, Long Beach County, and CDC social distancing recommendations and procedures in order to protect the health of our employees. Some examples of these workplace changes include:

  • Maintaining socially distanced workspaces
  • Checking temperatures of all employees daily upon arrival at the office
  • Cleaning common areas multiple times each day
  • Providing masks and hand sanitizer to all employees
  • Conducting all large meetings remotely
  • Interacting with clients remotely

The global pandemic has changed business (and life in general) as we know it. However, BCS is dedicated to moving businesses forward, and we will continue to innovate new strategies to provide the same excellent experiences to our clients.

If you want to learn more about how your business can benefit from Microsoft cloud technologies – Dynamics 365, Office 365, Power BI, Power Automate and/or Azure, please contact sales@BondConsultingServices.com, and we’ll be happy to help you now and for the next 20+ years.