Audit and consulting company AGIC takes into account the recommendations of the World Health Organization on the current situation and is working remotely to prevent COVID-19, the same coronavirus.
On March 11, the WHO declared COVID-19 as a pandemic and recommended social distance.
It’s a not-so-easy task when you’re at work every day and communicate with a lot of people.
That’s why AGIC took this into account to protect the health of its team members and decided to move to remote work.
The number of companies moving to remote work in Georgia exceeds 100, and as a result of the current situation, their number is slowly increasing.
Due to the spread of coronavirus, holidays in educational establishments across Georgia have been prolonged until April 1, and higher education will be available online. Cultural, sports or other events were also suspended.
Company “AGIC” hopes that the events in the country will not last long and everything will soon return to the usual rhythm of life.
Wish you health!