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Coronavirus (COVID-19) and your business

Advice and support

We’ve gathered information and resources to help navigate this situation. You can also find out about support for Sage solutions, including enabling home working. Check this page regularly for updates.

A message from Sabby Gill

Executive Vice President and Managing Director, UK & Ireland

We recognise that you, and a million other companies in the UK and Ireland, rely on our software and our people to power your business and your livelihood. Rest assured that we are doing everything we can to limit any impact.

Get the product information you need

This hub contains useful resources and information for Sage customers and partners preparing for coronavirus. It's regularly updated, so check back often. Get access to:

  • Live Q&As
  • Product information about enabling home working
  • Free training on offer to help support your business
  • Details on how to process COVID-19 support benefits

Sage customers

Accountants and bookkeepers

Business advice about COVID-19

We’ve collated some helpful tips and advice to help you adapt your business.

Managing uncertainty: What you can do to keep your business moving

Managing uncertainty: What you can do to keep your business moving

Read this for advice on managing uncertainty and keep your business moving despite facing challenges such as coronavirus.

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How businesses can look after their employees

How businesses can look after their employees

Valuing employees is vital. These tips can help employers look after and support their employees during times of uncertainty.

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How to create a business continuity plan for your company

How to create a business continuity plan for your company

Business continuity has become an important topic for companies due to coronavirus. Here's how to write an effective business continuity plan.

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Coronavirus: Financial support to help Irish businesses

Coronavirus: Financial support to help Irish businesses

Learn about the main coronavirus financial support measures from the Irish government and the banks that are in place to help businesses.

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How to help your employees work from home

How to help your employees work from home

Working remotely may be a new experience for your employees. Here are tips to help them work from home and keep your business moving.

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6 ways to maintain employee engagement when working remotely

6 ways to maintain employee engagement when working remotely

Working remotely doesn't mean employee engagement needs to be neglected. Here are some tactics your business can use to engage your staff.

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Coronavirus: 4 tips to ensure COVID-19 doesn’t slow your business down

Coronavirus: 4 tips to ensure COVID-19 doesn’t slow your business down

In light of the coronavirus outbreak, here's workplace advice covering four areas to focus on so your company can try to keep functioning.

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Stay up to date with these useful links to the latest Government and Public Health advice:

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All information provided by Sage Hibernia Limited (“Sage”) is solely intended to provide you with general guidance on matters related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and its potential impact on your business. All information is valid at the time of publishing and is intended for general guidance purposes only and is provided "as is" with no guarantee of completeness, accuracy, timeliness or of the results obtained, and without any warranty of any kind, express or implied. Sage may provide links to certain third party web sites. Sage does not accept any responsibility for, nor makes any representations as to the accuracy of, any content in such third party web sites. Whilst Sage has made every attempt to ensure that all information provided has been obtained from reliable sources, it is not responsible for any errors or omissions in the information. As such, the information does not constitute legal or professional advice and before making any decision or taking any action you should consult a professional adviser. In no event will Sage be liable to you for any direct, indirect, consequential, or incidental loss or damage arising out of or in connection with your use of the information provided.