Brindley Group has suspended its operations on Sundays. The move is designed to support the health and wellbeing of its staff. The group will retain its digital presence.
“By recognising the importance of rest, family time and personal well-being, the Brindley Group are redefining the norms of the motor industry.
“This innovative decision is perfectly aligned with the evolving times as more and more businesses acknowledge the importance of allowing employees and customers to recharge and spend quality time with their loved ones,” it said.
“This decision enables all staff to return to work at the start of each week feeling refreshed, motivated and fully prepared to deliver exceptional service to our customers, elevating the overall customer service to new heights,” it said.
Managing Director of the Brindley Group, Che Watson, commented: “Our success as a motor dealer group has always rested on the strength of our team and the relationships we’ve built with our customers. By closing our doors on Sundays, we want to convey a clear message: we value the importance of a balanced work-life equation, and we want our employees and customers to relish their weekends to the full.”