Pension professionals show us their new 'work colleagues' as their turn their homes into offices.
With the UK now in lockdown, large volumes of people are working from home in self-isolation.
PP continues to keep you up-to-date with the latest Covid-19 news via our live blog here.
In these uncertain times, for some light-hearted fun, fellow Incisive Media publication CRN published photos of their readers' pets and PP have now done the same. We asked industry experts to send us some snaps of their pets either helping or hindering them as they turn their dining tables into desks.
Pet: Bella, "super chilled, a definite help"
Owner: David Brooks, Broadstone technical director and consultant
Current status: Lying in bed (Bella, not David, I think!)
Pet: Magnus (12 weeks old!)
Owner: Daniel Gerring, Travers Smith partner and head of pensions
Pet: Frankie, "constantly interrupting Skype calls with barking and incessant requests to retrieve his squeaky ball"
Owner: Gillian Nugent, Hymans Robertson digital manager
Pet: Jasper (photo taken just before the glasses were knocked off)
Owner: Richard Warden, Hymans Robertson partner
Owner: Steven Baxter, Hymans Robertson head of longevity reserch
Pet: Flossy (new to the family and getting trained up during the lockdown)
Owner: Robert Cochran, Scottish Widows senior take to market specialist
Owner: Laura McLaren, Hymans Robertson partner
Owner: Kate Ross, Smart Pension head of PDG
Pet: Sydney (the Mi-ki)
Owner: Tracey Lennon, IQVIA assoicate director of pensions and benefits
Owner: Tom Blears, Intellica client relationship manager
Pets: Tufty and Inky, "excellent new team, but they can be a little judgemental!"
Owner: Daniela Silcock, Pensions Policy Institute head of policy research
Pet: Dexter, "he's cute but his typing skills need a lot of work (and he keeps falling asleep at his desk!)"
Owner: Danielle Baker, Pensions Policy Institute head of membership & enternal engagement
Pets: William and Betty
Owner: Sue Waites, Hymans Robertson partner
Owner: Michelle Darracott, Smart Pension chief strategy officer
Owner: Calum Cooper, Hymans Robertson partner
Owner: Eve Keith, Unison pensions manager
Pet: Millie (she *thinks* she is being helpful by draping herself over my wrist at all times to keep it warm and help speed up my typing!)
Owner: Caroline Escott, PLSA policy lead
Owner: Liberty Howard, Smart Pension content designer
Owner: Jamie Leaney, Smart Pension finance manager
Pet: Eddie, set up for the afternoon in my office!
Owner: Holly Roach, Professional Pensions correspondent
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