This is Derek Miller Speaking on Business. Squire has always prided itself on being at the forefront of emerging technology and the accounting industry. We are honored to have Jonyce Bullock, Utah Business Magazine’s 2020 CEO of the Year, here to share how Squire adapts and serves during the pandemic.
Squire launched a COVID-19 business resource center that kept pace with the many changes and announcements made as the PPP program, FFCRA, and other resources emerged. This includes articles and many free webinars. We worked with clients to get them applied for the PPP to ensure they get the funds they need to stay in business. We continue to watch the situation closely and update accordingly. We also moved all internal and client meetings virtually unless necessary and we set up drop box sites at each location for those who cannot send their files virtually. All employees can work from home outside a very minimal number of essential staff.
Although distance has been necessary, we recognize the need for all employees to feel connected to their coworkers. We opened up Microsoft Teams channels for staff to use for “water cooler chats,” sent care packages to provide a few comforts, which has made working remotely more enjoyable. Squire understands the value of personal connection while remaining safe and serving our clients.
Squire has created a culture of connection and innovation despite current challenges. Learn more at squire.com. I’m Derek Miller with the Salt Lake Chamber, and this is Speaking on Business.