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COVID-19: NBI Working Arrangements

30th March 2020

In line with Government policy, NBI office-based staff are working from home until April 19th. Our colleagues continue to work and are available through the regular communication channels. The health and well-being of our employees and partners is of paramount importance. We are monitoring the situation closely and continue to follow the advice of the Government and implement the requirements set out by the HSE. NBI are mindful of our collective responsibility to take all measures possible to minimise the impact of Covid-19.

If you have any queries or questions please call our helpline number on 0818 624 624 or email contactus@nbi.ie

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