Despite our best efforts to keep this year’s Conference on schedule for September 14th – 16th, the uncertainty of extended travel restrictions and the recent appropriation of our Conference venue (QT) to be a dedicated quarantine facility, have forced us to take the decision to postpone the Cgov 2020 Conference until later in the financial year. We will be re-scheduling, however we will wait until there is more certainty regarding the COVID-19 restrictions to confirm a date with you in the upcoming months.
We are continuing to operate at 100% of capability during this period of individual isolation and social distancing. I am sure you have all come across the same challenges with staff working from home and managing all relationships online. We are still manning the Brisbane Office but all project work and support requests are now 100% managed online
Cgov is continuing to operate at full capacity and all our business continuity and work from home protocols are in place; with 85% of all staff now connecting online for work every morning. As at 27 March, we are maintaining a small presence in the Brisbane Office to answer the phone and provide direct access to our paper based records as they are needed.
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The Conference at QT on the Gold Coast was a great success. More than 50 people attended from 21 customers. The new program which had a lot more emphasis on Networking opportunities and product education was well received. We have sent feedback forms to all those who attended, please send us your comments and suggestions for next year. The Conference in 2020 will be at QT again on 14th and 15th September.
This year Cgov is a sponsor of and will be attending the University Ombuds, Complaint Managers & Student Advocates Conference being held on the 12th September & 13th September 2019 at the Australian National University. The ANU Conference is a great opportunity for you to meet with your colleagues in the fields of grievance resolution, …