Martin Curd VGC worker

We are fully operational during the coronavirus outbreak.

We will continue to support our clients and our workforce across the UK.

Lots of our staff are working remotely. They have secure access to our systems, servers and databases. We also meet regularly through virtual meeting spaces.

We are sending regular update emails to all our staff members.

Since mid-March we’ve sent email communications out each working day at 16:00 (4pm) to all VGC staff. From July these are twice a week.

(Please check your spam folders and mark them ‘not spam’ if they’ve ended up there!) Email if you need us to check that you are on the list.

We are also updating our website and intranet regularly, and posting regular notices on social media.

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If you need to contact a member of VGC staff

If you need to contact a member of VGC staff, and you have their mobile number or email address, please contact them directly.

For other enquiries:

To report any sickness absence or cases of self isolation please email

For any HSQE (health, safety, quality and environment) questions, or to report any observations – either good practice, or improvement opportunities – please email

For payroll queries, please email

Our trades and labour vacancies are advertised on; if you have questions, please email

For our professional and technical workforce, email

For account queries, please email

To book holidays, go to our online leave request form.

For all other queries, please email with details of your question and the best way to get back to you. We will respond as soon as we can.

Meanwhile, you may be able to find the answer to your questions here on the website, using the search bar at the top right of each page.

If you have any suggestions for ways we can work more efficiently during the coronavirus outbreak and after we’re back to normal, please go to our innovations portal and share your ideas.

Two comments on “Our communications during the coronavirus outbreak”

  1. Terry

    I’ve been given a letter from the NHS stating I should be indoors for 12 weeks. Due to me being at high risk of this virus .what can I do I if cant get furlough

  2. Zena Wigram

    Hi Terry, would you contact our HR team on please?

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