We are inundated with news around the Coronavirus and employees are looking for their employer to be on top of the growing crisis. All employers should be ready to implement strategies to protect their workforce while ensuring continuity of operations. You are invited to join us for a timely free webinar - Coronavirus - What Businesses Need to Know to Properly Prepare sponsored and presented by ACBI Insurance - scheduled for Monday, March 16th at 11:00 am that will provide you with advice for developing a response plan and steps that all employers can implement now.
Click here to register now.
In the meantime, we’re sharing some informational links below that we hope you will read. There is a link to a recent letter from Griffin Hospital Occupational Medicine Center, the CDC recommendations for businesses to consider during this time. There are also a couple links to Harvard Business Review articles that relate to the actions that you can take.
As leaders in our region, we value your input. We ask you to share any relevant information from your industry experts or professionals with the chamber regarding COVID-19 as you become aware.
We encourage you to have open and frank discussions with your staff and employees. Make sure you are all on the same page when it comes to paid/unpaid sick time, working remotely, and general expectations. Work together to make a plan for an eventuality that none of us want to happen. The open and shared conversation will lead to a cohesive plan for your business.
We encourage you to be prudent and prepared, but not to overreact. We believe in trusting our partners in healthcare to provide guidance regarding the actions we take. The situation is changing daily, so please look on our website, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages for the most current updates regarding Chamber meetings and events. We will continue to communicate.
Griffin Hospital Occupational Medicine Center Letter (3/4/2020)
CDC Business Response Guidelines
What's Your Company's Emergency Remote Work Plan
Lead Your Business Through the Coronavirus Crisis
Greater Valley Chamber Staff, Interns & Members