Any reputable company in the construction industry operates on a safety-first basis at all times. The health and safety of its employees are paramount to the company because the company is well-aware of the fact that the employees are the ones who enable the company to do what it does. They are the backbone that […]
Some banks have small business account homepages on their website, with dashboards for your lines of credit and outstanding loan applications, while others will send email updates as the application is being processed.
With the current increase in the number of available programs and loan applications, it is difficult to estimate exact times for processing and receiving money from federal loans.
The amount of money to request when applying for federal loans during the COVID-19 pandemic depends on the type of loan and the intended use of the funds.
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.
The best place to turn to for questions and advice about funding or other assistance during this time is your local bank or credit union (preferably one you have a relationship with). Many applications and programs run through them, and they should know how to help you sort through all of the options available.
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.
Across businesses and communities everywhere, new guidelines and protocols are being recommended and implemented to keep people safe. Making sure your team follows them is critical to reducing employee risk.
As more states and businesses start planning for returning people to in-person workplaces, there are a lot of things business owners will need to do to prepare. Here are some things to think about when you start getting ready to reopen. Who’s Going Back – and When? The recommendations coming from the White House have […]