Best sources of coronavirus guidance? Try these
There’s a lot of “information” floating around about COVID-19. Much of it falls somewhere between paranoia and panic.
Where’s the news you can use?
It’s everywhere, really. You just have to know where to look.
All of these articles and resources are designed to help business leaders make reasoned, informed, fact-based decisions about their coronavirus-related situations. Read. Think. Make good choices.
Also, keep calm and wash your hands.
FREE WEBINAR FOR CPAs: How to prepare your business, employees, and customers (from the MACPA)
Tracking, responding to the virus in Maryland (Maryland Health Department)
- MACPA stays vigilant, with a focus on your health and well-being
- Guidance for businesses and employers (Centers for Disease Control)
- More guidance for businesses and employers (Small Business Administration)
- COVID-19 response site (Aon)
- Coronavirus resource center (Johns Hopkins)
- How to keep things in perspective (World Economic Forum)
- Implications for business (McKinsey)
- Legal concerns in the workplace (JacksonLewis)
- What are companies' legal obligations? (Harvard Business Review)
- Information and FAQs for businesses (Society for Human Resource Management)
- Employers face unique challenges (National Law Review)
- Q-and-A on coronavirus scenario planning (Financial Management)
- 14 ways that you can help fight the pandemic (Fast Company)
- A healthy person’s guide to staying safe and sane (Rolling Stone)
- COVID-19: How to respond constructively (Action for Happiness)
- With handshakes out, should you elbow bump, foot tap or airshake? An etiquette expert says, ‘Namaste' (Baltimore Business Journal)