RE-OPEN - 4R Project
Governor Burgum is calling on businesses to approach reopening in a ND Smart fashion. A thoughtful approach is required to safely re-introduce employees and customers back into your facilities. Without proper planning and processes, you increase your vulnerabilities and risk potential exposures and OSHA penalties. This could also ncrease North Dakota’s risk of a resurgence of the virus.
The ND Smart Restart steps include:
- Workplace Self Assessment
- Essential Workplace Recommendations for COVID-19
- Industry specific guidelines
- Making Paid Leave Happy During a Pandemic & Beyond - May 26
- Avoid These 5 Legal Landmines When Managing Remote Employees - May 27
- Optimize Your Digital Strategy - May 28
- Posting Compliance for Remote Workers: Why it Matters Now and How to Overcome Challenges - June 11
- ND Safety Council - Reopening During COVID-19: Safety & Planning Considerations
- Grow With Google - Managing Your Business Remotely in Times of Uncertainty
- Facebook launched a Virtual Shopping Mall option
- As businesses transition online, there can be a lot of questions about taxes. This website covers information for many states as it relates to remote sellers.
- SBA's STEP program which provides grants to eligible small businesses to launch or expand their export activities
- The CDC has release reopening guideance for where you live, work, learn, pray, and play
- From the International Franchise Association, a Franchise Reopening Blueprint
- America's SBDC and the Assoc. of Women's Business Centers put togehter a tool to access federal resources available to small businesses
- ND Smart Resrtart Supplier Form for vendors to provide information about COVID-related supplise they are offering
- Constant Contact Action Plans for various industries
As we progress in this phase, the ND SBDC will be providing additional training and one-on-one advising from subject matter experts. If you have a topic you'd like to see included, please let us know.