With everything rapidly changing, it is important for every small business owner to know the current Covid-19 regulations and their rights as employers.
While every state’s regulations are different, you have rights as a small business owner to protect yourself and your business. We suggest seeking out legal council in your state and county directly with specific questions and concerns.
What you need to know: Covid-19
If you are a brick and mortar business, stay informed with your state’s most up to date information.
The CDC also provides a plethora of information regarding businesses that are considered “essential”. Learn how small businesses are being aided during this challenging time.
The CDC has provided some guidance for business owners during Covid-19. Each state and county have their own rules and regulations that you will also need to be aware of.
If your business is open to the public
If your business is still open to the public, make sure you are following all of the CDC and state mandated regulations.
This may include, but is not limited to, social distancing of 6 feet and wearing face coverings. You may also consider offering hand sanitizer in multiple locations through your store and enforcing extra cleaning of your space.
The best way to protect your business and your employees is through following the required regulations. You should also empower your staff to do the same while on the clock.
What if your business is shut down?
Your business may be required to close again due to the rising cases of Covid-19. Succeeding Small is here to help you take your business online quickly and affordably.
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We have always been passionate about helping small businesses succeed. During Covid-19 we have amplified our efforts to help businesses like yours survive this unprecedented time. Contact us today to learn how Succeeding Small can help your business survive and thrive during Covid-19.