Every individual faces different personal challenges when they are required to work from home than they would ordinarily face when they are working from the office. There have been lots of reports and news articles since the governments lock down measures were announced highlighting the risks and issues lots of people will potentially encounter if the current situation is extended for a lengthy period of time. It is one thing to provide individuals with the equipment to work remotely, but businesses still have a duty of care to their employees – it is not and shouldn’t ever be a case of out of sight–out of mind. eacs has been very conscious of this having had to redeploy 98% of its staff to work remotely in just 72 hours – many of whom have never worked from home before. As a collective we have worked hard to ensure that employees remain engaged and receive the necessary support they may need.