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
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
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.
As Virginia begins the reopening process with Phase I, Richmond region business, community, and governmental leaders have come together to form ForwardRVA, a coalition focused on creating innovate reopening and planning framework. Retail Merchants is pleased to partner with other
Richmond region business, community, and governmental leaders have come together to form ForwardRVA, a coalition focused on creating an innovative reopening and planning framework. The immediate focus is to support businesses in reopening and operating safely. In the days and
From Perkins Law, by Eric C. Perkins, Esq.: Small business owners across America have scrambled over the past month to obtain over $5 billion in PPP loans with the promise that such loans will be forgiven if proceeds are used to
On Wednesday, March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization officially declared the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) a world-wide pandemic with experts advising that it’s not if the virus impacts your life, but rather when and to what extent. As business owners