Disaster Planning – Stay Open For Business Program

 

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Many businesses are not prepared to respond to a man-made or natural disaster. Small businesses are particularly at risk because their operations may be concentrated in one location that could become inaccessible or inoperable. 

 

To help businesses prepare, IBHS created this free, easy-to-use tool for building and maintaining a business continuity plan. Designed specifically for small- to mid-size businesses. OFB-EZ will help you prepare for and recover from any type of business disruption from severe weather to a virus outbreak. 

 

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Felsomat USA Innovation Day

 

With the push to automation and e-mobility, the automotive and manufacturing industries are being forced to innovate at rates that have never been seen before. Don’t be left behind. Make sure you’re ready to take on the future with innovative automated systems! Join Felsomat USA on Thursday, June 10 from 11 am – 7 pm for our Innovation Day taking place at our US headquarters in Schaumburg, IL. We’re excited for the return to in-person events, and we can’t wait for you to explore all of the innovations we’ve been working on over the past year.  

 

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Employers Now Have 2 Clear Options to Provide Vaccine Incentives Thanks to New EEOC Guidance

 

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Regardless of which path you travel, there are still hoops to jump through if you want to provide vaccine incentives – providing accommodations, ensuring confidentiality, etc. – but you now have a clear direction to take to encourage your workers towards vaccination. What do you need to know about this critical update?

 

 

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7 Options for Managing a Partially Vaccinated Workforce

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Now that most states, the CDC, and OSHA have (or may soon) lift mask mandates for vaccinated workers, what is an employer to do about revealing an employee’s vaccination status? Under any relaxed masking guidance applicable to those who are fully vaccinated, customers, visitors, and coworkers are likely to draw their own conclusions about the vaccination status of everyone else in the workplace based upon whether or not they are wearing a mask. This Insight addresses some of the legal and practical considerations for employers dealing with a partially vaccinated workforce and provides seven options for you to consider as you navigate this rapidly evolving area.

 

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