Reopening Federal Agencies and Institutions Safely and Efficiently

COVID-19 cases are spiking around the world — and also in U.S. federal agencies and institutions. But unlike, say, a donut shop, the government and the military can’t just shut down indefinitely and wait out the pandemic. At the same time, no one would advise letting the virus run rampant through our government offices and...

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The Turing Shield: Helping Universities Reopen with Confidence

There is a general consensus that our colleges and universities should reopen but there is an even stronger consensus that we need to do so as safely as possible. How can our colleges and universities rebound from last spring’s campus closures and find innovative ways to educate while keeping health, wellness, and equity as the...

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Prepare for a Fall Surge of New COVID-19 Cases — and Lawsuits

As we round the bend into winter, two very alarming statistics are on the rise — the number of new COVID-19 cases and the number of pandemic-related lawsuits filed against employers. The combined effect of these two statistics will surely have detrimental consequences on our society and economy. More specifically, they threaten to bring even...

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H.R. 7340: Chai Suthammanont Remembrance Act – Bill to Protect Federal Workers Passed

With the United States Congress and its constituents enduring such a tumultuous 2020, the public has barely noticed their recent introduction of a monumental bill to help protect themselves and all other federal employees from workplace exposure to coronavirus. This legislation, which passed in The House of Representatives on Sept. 30 and was introduced...

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Amazon reports nearly 20,000 COVID-19 Cases

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, businesses across the world have grappled with one very important question: How can they continue to function while keeping employees as safe as possible? That question has played out dramatically at Amazon, which has reported more than 19,000 cases of COVID-19 amongst its 1.37 million employees. Amazon claims that its rate...

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What President Trump’s COVID-19 Diagnosis Means for Your Business

We all woke up to the news Friday morning that President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, tested positive for COVID-19. In a way, the news is stunning. One of the most protected individuals in the world could not avoid this virus. And Trump joins a growing number of world leaders who have also tested...

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New COVID-19 Legislation — and How Your Business Can Handle It

The COVID-19 pandemic has totally changed our lives. We’re wearing masks, cutting our own hair, canceling weddings, and teaching our kids at home. For businesses, the changes are equally drastic. Managers have reconfigured entire workplaces to ensure proper social distancing. Many employees are still working from home in industries where it’s possible and, where it’s...

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Keeping your business thriving with the #1 Covid-19 Response Solution

How the Covid-19 response solution uses cutting-edge technology to keep your employees, clients, and customers as safe as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life for all of us. In addition to worrying about the virus itself, we must manage life in this strange new world. If you’re a business owner or...

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Workplace Case: Covid-19 Lawsuits Spiking in U.S.

The United States is one of the most litigious countries in the world - a close fifth behind global leader Germany - and the number of lawsuits filed in America has risen sharply in 2020. This rise in litigation can be directly attributed to the conditions brought about by the global COVID-19 pandemic, which...

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Importance of Face Mask Compliance and Safety for Businesses

Across the country, businesses have been struggling to open and remain open. Over 100,000 small businesses had permanently closed due to COVID as of May and many big names have filed bankruptcy, including JCPenny, Pier 1, Hertz, and Gold’s Gym. Other businesses that are considered essential have been open, but at great risk to...