Handy Guide With Advice and Tips - COVID-19
Nothing has made us prouder than the tireless work of our wonderful, tenacious teams in supporting our valued customers in these challenging times. That’s why we’re now doing everything we can to ensure that every member of the 165-strong MG Cannon family is equally as supported while staying home and staying safe.
Placing our teams on furlough helps them to take care of their own families while helping our efforts to ensure they'll be able to return to work as soon as it’s appropriate.
In the meantime, we're keeping in regular contact, providing all the information and guidance we can to help them remain safe, healthy, and protected.
Our MG Cannon HR Team have put together a handy guide with advice and tips to help you look after the wellbeing of you and your family while staying at home during these challenging times.
Five Ways to Keep Your Kids Learning: If you have children at home and are supporting them through home schooling, below are some additional online resources which you can use, alongside the information that the schools are sending out – you may find that there are some useful Easter Holiday resources on there too to keep the kids entertained but still learn:
How to Prioritise Wellbeing and Mental Health: The NHS is a great resource of information and wellness sites. If you or any of your family are feeling stressed or anxious during this time, below are some free resources which are supported by the NHS to support you:
Easy Recipe Ideas for Cooking at Home: Are you running out of ideas for food – here are some online resources to inspire you and keep things interesting. Below are also resources of doing this in a cost-effective way; BBC Good Food guide and British Chef and Restauranteur Jamie Oliver.
Further information: This is a fast-evolving situation. For the latest information, guidance and advice visit the NHS website.
If you have a specific clinical issue related to COVID-19 or symptoms of COVID-19, contact the online NHS 111 service – only use the phone service if it is a genuine medical emergency.