Health screening is an essential undertaking for many businesses and workplaces to promote public health. The COVID-19 pandemic has raised the importance of health screening and it has become a necessary component for many companies and organizations to continue their operations today. Some of the actions that fall into this category are the daily […]
GoCanvas surveyed its’ customer base as well as other small business leaders in June 2020 about their industry outlook as a result of the global pandemic. This blog post highlights our initial findings. Data from the GoCanvas Small Business Report conducted in June 2020 is sourced from 270 small businesses within a varying spread of industries.
With new protocols being established across all businesses, there are questions about what sort of employee health information you can and should collect.
Many companies, organizations, associations, and non-profits are stepping up to help small businesses survive the COVID-19 pandemic. Rather than keep a running list of state or industry funding that is available, here are some invaluable resources that are doing just that.
Employee health screenings for coronavirus are vital for companies who are returning to the workplace. But it’s not enough to just screen as you see fit; following best practices for these screenings can greatly reduce exposure risks to your staff and customers.
With the current challenges facing businesses, the term “employee health screening” is being use a lot. But what exactly are employee health screenings and how should a business implement them?
This is not an easy time to be a business owner. It can be overwhelming to stay focused and organized on what we can and should be doing for ourselves, our team, and our customers. This is a quick look at the big-picture actions you can do to stay proactive and protective while navigating working in the time of Coronavirus.