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Open for Dine-in Service: COVID-19 Safety Guidelines for Restaurants

Click here for a downloadable safety info sheet. Dine-in service – from fast food to family style, fast casual and fine dining – is about to resume (or in some cases has already resumed) as several states relax coronavirus restrictions and reopen restaurants. 

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Workplace Adjustments: Re-Opening Doors to Offices and Shops

Click here for a downloadable safety info sheet Office buildings, strip malls, indoor malls, light warehouses, and other commercial facilities have been closed for the past two months and more as a result of city COVID-19 stay-at-home and shelter-in-place orders. Non-essential employees for the most part have been working remotely up to now, with many…

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How to Keep Community Associations Safe as Stay-at-Home Restrictions Are Lifted

Click here to for a downloadable safety info sheet. The COVID-19 crisis raises concerns for property managers, board members and the more than 73 million Americans who call condominiums, co-ops, gated communities and the like with community associations home, as stay-at-home restrictions are lifted and individuals once again begin using common areas and amenities like…

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Offices to Get a Makeover to Keep Staff Safe Post-COVID Lockdown

Over the years professional businesses moved from private offices to open floor plans and collaborative workspaces designed to support ease of communication among employees and encourage teams to work effectively together. This is all set to change in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic that emptied offices and sent professionals home to work. With stay-at-home…

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Risk Mitigation Takes Center Stage in the Wake of COVID-19

The coronavirus has disrupted businesses across every industry sector, forcing operations to scale back, furlough staff, and/or temporarily close – resulting in a significant economic hit, to say the least. Among the many issues to become clear during this crisis is the increased role risk assessment and risk mitigation will play in business recovery and…

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Businesses Call for Liability Immunity from COVID-19 Litigation

As restrictions are lifted and businesses begin to slowly reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic, they are working to keep their employees and customers safe – following CDC and FDA guidelines that include implementing social distancing requirements, providing workers with personal protective equipment (face masks, gloves, etc., depending on the industry), upgrading cleaning and sanitizing practices,…

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CEOs See Cyber Threats from Their Social Media Platforms

Social media has impacted so many aspects of our personal and business lives over the last decade as it’s evolved from a way of individuals keeping in touch into various platforms where people get their news, companies advertise their services and products, influencers get paid to hawk products, and consumers share their delight or vent…

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How Hotels are Keeping Guests Safe from COVID-19

As outbreaks of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to spread throughout the United States, hotels are working hard to adapt. While half of U.S. hotels are anticipated to close amidst the crisis, those remaining in operation are working hard to ensure that the risk of infection is minimized for both guests and employees.

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Covid-19 Crime Prevention: The Need to Step Up Security of Unoccupied Establishments, Limited Operations

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, across the country local and state decrees have mandated non-essential businesses to close or limit operations, including restaurants and bars, in order to help prevent the spread of the virus. In addition to having been hard hit by the loss of income and employee layoffs, a spike in burglaries…

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Mitigating COVID-19 Outbreaks at Multifamily Buildings

The COVID-19 death toll now tops 14,000 nationwide with officials warning that within the next weeks we could experience an even more alarming rate of infections and deaths. As more cases arise across the country, it’s critical that apartment owners, condominium associations, and HOAs continue to take precautionary measures to help stop the spread of…

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