Reopening Your Business
Three ways to support your employees
Whether you're planning to reopen your business imminently or not for several months, you still have to take care of your employees. Employees have different circumstances that can dictate when they can return to an office, however, and supporting your workforce adequately can be daunting.
For example, businesses with fewer than 500 employees that are planning to reopen may not be able to bring back workers right away if they have to stay home for child care reasons. What's more, those workers can be entitled to up to 10 weeks of paid leave.
"The good news is, the federal government is gonna reimburse you for those costs," advises Neil Bradley, executive vice president and chief policy officer at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. "Just make sure you're paying attention to this, because you're going to get in trouble if you're not providing what you're required to provide."
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