Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard releases COVID-19 virtual forum center
CHICAGO (May 5, 2020) – Coronavirus has turned many people’s everyday lives upside down. Almost every company across America has been forced to abruptly move to fully remote operations due to COVID-19.
Here at Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard, our employees who are used to a very structured office setting, have had to adjust to working from home to limit exposure to peers and valued clients. The change called for patience and flexibility in order to keep things running smoothly. Lucky for us, we are surrounded by some of the best attorneys, legal secretaries, and IT professionals in the business. Our managers took quick action to prepare us for this unprecedented time, setting us up for a successful work from home period.
Things have gone smoothly so far, and we have continued to serve our clients with the highest quality legal representation. But every major change comes with challenges and obstacles. To help other companies and individuals who may be struggling to cope with this unprecedented health crisis, Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard has created a web page dedicated to providing the public more information and tips related to coronavirus and quarantine.
The firm filmed six videos featuring attorneys and staff members having candid conversations on a variety of topics, including unforeseen challenges, resources for IT professionals and tips for coping with quarantine.
In one video, Salvi Law Founder and Managing Equity Partner Patrick A. Salvi offers some encouraging words about the state of operations at our firm. In another video, COO TJ Saye candidly discusses the many layers of preparations management and various departments at our firm went through to ensure the transition to working from home went smoothly and how he navigated some unexpected obstacles. IT Director Cesar Salinas explains how Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard equipped employees to work fully remote from their homes and discusses some of his favorite platforms to help companies maximize productivity.
The videos also offer advice for people who are struggling to stay busy or positive while quarantined at home. Attorneys Heidi Wickstrom and Andrew Burkavage discuss how they stay busy, attorney Rob Kohen offers tips for people to stay motivated in their fitness regimen, and attorneys Michael Schostok and Jennifer Cascio share some ways they stay positive in these uncertain times.
Our hope is that these videos will remind viewers that we are all in this together. And until the world is back to normal, we are here for you. Stay safe!