Updated: Apr 21, 2020
The corona virus has created a difficult and confusing time for many. Fear has taken over and many places have limited or banned unnecessary visitation. While this may be disheartening and could create slow downs, it should not stop operations nor should it slow down the flow of referrals.
As with most crisis situations, a cool head will prevail and having a plan will increase the likelihood of success. Here are some resources to help you:
Have question about Labor Standards during a public health emergency? Don’t just assume or guess about what is acceptable or legal, making the wrong decision could find you getting fined or worse. Follow the link below to have some of the more common questions answered but the US Department of Labor. For more specific questions, please contact your State Labor Department or an attorney/consultant familiar with your state regulations.
Protect your employees and your clients by understanding the best practices for infection control and prevention.
Concerned about how your agency will fare financially as the crisis continues? The Small Business Association has programs to help businesses through these times.
Have you taken the necessary steps to prepare your business for events such as these? Here are some tips to help you. Remember, it is never to late to begin to prepare.
What happens to your Marketing and Business Development efforts during this time? This article will give you insight.