Caring Through COVID- Disparities in Economic Impact of COVID19
The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted labor markets globally during 2020. The short-term consequences were sudden and often severe: Millions of people were furloughed or lost jobs, and others rapidly adjusted to working from home as offices closed. Many other workers were deemed essential and continued to work in hospitals and grocery stores, on garbage trucks and in warehouses. As a business owner, how are you doing? What are your next steps? How will you adapt to the new economy? Business practices are not going back to normal. This is a new day and age to empower, innovate and set a standard for changing work life balance. Let’s come together for a community conversations around life, work and the future of your industry. If you would like the replay,Topic: Caring Through COVID- Connect with Advocates and NVBCC Business Owners for an open discussion around COVID, Vaccines and the health of your business If you would like to hear the recording, copy & paste the following link to your browser: https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/rKR7p3iZxZ4jYvrzrK84UTjFnkUNTfylTTPB0HCgXbV4GAdfm9kQ8XyOTcov3kU5.2yY98pfuvI5Rc1xT
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