If an employee tests positive, the best thing you can do is be prepared. A clearly defined plan can prove invaluable in getting your business back up and running quickly. Emergency Temporary Standard In July, the Virginia Occupational Safety and
One of the greatest things about the small business community in Richmond is that it’s just that – a community. The city and surrounding counties have always enjoyed a strong and vibrant network of small businesses that support each other
Why We Love September and You Should Too, Plus 10 Things to Promote Self-Care During Self-Care MonthMelissa Greenfield
By Clair Norman, Director of Marketing, Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation September is right around the corner. It is also Self-Care Awareness Month and a perfect reminder that taking care of ourselves first and foremost is essential. Self-care is often neglected
This week Virginia became the first state in the country to adopt new temporary workplace standards for the COVID-19 pandemic. The Virginia Department of Labor and Industry’s Safety and Health Codes Board voted to approve an emergency temporary standard on
Virginia’s annual tax exempt weekend will occur August 7- 9 this year, allowing consumers to purchase qualifying school supplies, clothing, footwear, hurricane and emergency preparedness items, and EnergyStarTM and WaterSenseTM products without paying tax. While today’s retail landscape may look a little
The NRF Foundation and Qurate Retail Group recently partnered together to shine a light on small businesses impacted by the economic challenges of COVID-19 through the Small Business Spotlight Initiative which highlighted 20 small retailers nationwide (including Richmond's own, Saxon
Nicole Mason is the owner of Glean LLC. Glean is a locally-owned commercial cleaning company dedicated to excellence in commercial cleaning while creating job opportunities to local Richmond citizens. Glean provides both ongoing janitorial services, deep cleanings, and sanitizing services.