Announcement regarding business operations of A Tax International during epidemic
Updated: Nov 19, 2021
At A Tax International Ltd we are aware of the seriousness of the current situation in Slovenia and all over the world, so since the end of the last week our team is working remotely from home. We took this action in order to take care of the health of our employees, their families and of course you, our clients. All already scheduled meetings and upcoming meetings will be executed online via communicating tools. Despite critical and emergency situation, we are making everything possible that our work and customer’s service will run smoothly. All our client’s needs and agreed deadlines, as well all statutory deadlines will be met without delay. Our team members will remain at your disposal via email or phone during our working time. We are aware of the importance of our client’s data, that is why we handle them in accordance with protocols and valid legislation and utmost respect. Even with organized work at home, we respect restrictions on access to data for unauthorized persons, careful handling of the data itself and other technically organizational measures.
Our team of advisers is at your disposal with advice and information about the current situation regarding labour law and of course all other regular information regarding tax, finance, accounting, legal and IT advisory.
We are constantly monitoring the measures and recommendations of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia, which we will gather and publish on our website and here on our Linkedin profile.
We are joining to the call #stayhome because we believe that this is the only right way to protect ourselves, our families and friends. With this we will also help our healthcare system, healthcare workers and everyone who is taking care for our society at this moment to overcome this situation.
This document (and all information accessed through the links in this document) is for informational purposes only and cannot be considered as legal advice. The facts stated therein may have changed since the date of publication. You should seek legal advice before taking any possible action.