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Coping with COVID-19: The Small Business Guide to Reopening, Relief, & Recovery

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Coping with COVID-19: The Small Business Guide to Reopening, Relief, & Recovery

July 24, 2020

As we move into the next phase of Canada’s coronavirus response, employers are gearing to reopen their doors and/or move employees back into the workplace. But the rapidly evolving nature of COVID-19 means you’re facing unique challenges you’ve never encountered before. The pandemic and its implications for reopening—physical distancing, employee relations, health and safety—can exacerbate the existing risks of operating a business.

Our goal is to provide you with a road map that will help you navigate the re-opening of your business, as well as support your organization as it readjusts to the “new normal”.

Watch the presentation, or click on the button below to download a PDF copy for your own records.

As we move into the next phase of Canada’s coronavirus response, employers are gearing to reopen their doors and/or move employees back into the workplace. But the rapidly evolving nature of COVID-19 means you’re facing unique challenges you’ve never encountered before. The pandemic and its implications for reopening—physical distancing, employee relations, health and safety—can exacerbate the existing risks of operating a business.

Our goal is to provide you with a road map that will help you navigate the re-opening of your business, as well as support your organization as it readjusts to the “new normal”.

Watch the presentation above, or click on the button below to download a PDF copy for your own records.

As we move into the next phase of Canada’s coronavirus response, employers are gearing to reopen their doors and/or move employees back into the workplace. But the rapidly evolving nature of COVID-19 means you’re facing unique challenges you’ve never encountered before. The pandemic and its implications for reopening—physical distancing, employee relations, health and safety—can exacerbate the existing risks of operating a business.

Our goal is to provide you with a road map that will help you navigate the re-opening of your business, as well as support your organization as it readjusts to the “new normal”.

Watch the presentation above, or click on the button below to download a PDF copy for your own records.

As we move into the next phase of Canada’s coronavirus response, employers are gearing to reopen their doors and/or move employees back into the workplace. But the rapidly evolving nature of COVID-19 means you’re facing unique challenges you’ve never encountered before. The pandemic and its implications for reopening—physical distancing, employee relations, health and safety—can exacerbate the existing risks of operating a business.

Our goal is to provide you with a road map that will help you navigate the re-opening of your business, as well as support your organization as it readjusts to the “new normal”.

Watch the presentation above, or click on the button below to download a PDF copy for your own records.

NOTE: This information presented in this presentation and article is intended for informational purposes only to provide an overview of the potential hazards posed in the workplace due to COVID-19. It is not a substitute for legal or medical advice or any legislated workplace safety regulations. All measures taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19 should be done in compliance with requirements under the Occupational Health and Safety Act and associated Regulations and public health directives issued by the Chief Medical Officer of Health. For a comprehensive risk assessment of your workplace, seek guidance from public health authorities, such as the World Health Organization (WHO), Ontario Ministry of Health, Public Health Ontario and the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Please consult a licensed insurance representative for information or advice on all insurance-related matters. We bear no responsibility for the accuracy, legality, or timeliness of any external content.


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