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Small Businesses During COVID 2020

Available: In Stock
Price: $40.00
Item Code: 11270-DL


Small businesses everywhere are facing an unprecedented economic disruption due to the Coronavirus outbreak. From loss of business to remote work, from mass layoffs to closures, small businesses, especially those who had less cash on-hand going into the period of closures, are particularly vulnerable to the impacts of the pandemic. They are also key to Pennsylvania’s well-being, as they account for a significant share of the state’s economic production, hiring and financial health.

National and regional emergency support programs are providing economic assistance to small businesses. Are they helping? What issues are small businesses confronted with now that Pennsylvania has reopened? And what is the outlook for small businesses in Pennsylvania? These materials explore the multitude of issues that small businesses are facing due to COVID. 

Summary of Contents

  • Coronavirus and the Impact Upon Employment
  • Top 10 Covid-19 Tips and Questions for Employers
  • Liability Issues Following a Reopening
  • Covid-19 and the Exclusivity Provisions of Workers’ Compensation
  • COVID-19 and Compulsory Vaccinations of Employees
  • The Mask Question is No Longer a Question for Pennsylvania Retailers
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Published: 11/2/2020
Pages: 40
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