Since the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the UK remains a rapidly changing and uncertain landscape. Coronavirus (COVID-19) has impacted every avenue of our lives and altered the way we live. The CPA have strong business continuity measures in place and we are confident that as we adapt to the new norm, the service we provide members will not, and has not been adversely affected, despite the obvious challenges right now.
Throughout this pandemic, The CPA has taken the necessary steps to ensure the safety of our members. This included postponing meetings and rescheduling them, where possible, to video conferences. We are continuing to monitor COVID-19 as it develops and will continue to support members through this difficult time by providing accurate and up to date information.
The CPA are here to support our members through this period of uncertainty by providing industry guidance and advice, which will cover some of the most asked questions.
Updates from the Association will predominantly be on social media, to limit traffic in our members’ inboxes, enabling focus to remain on their companies and staff.
Please follow our social media pages to stay up to date:
The CPA is following government guidance which is given as follows:
Guidance for employers:
Guidance for those staying at home for those with confirmed or possible COVID-19 infection: