If you own a brick and mortar business or host in-person events, you’re probably grappling with the challenging process of reopening safely after months of shut down. The Covid-19 Pandemic is still a threat, and you’ll want to ensure that your employees, your customers and your business are safe. Tune in to learn the necessary steps you’ll want to take in order to protect yourself as you open back up during this pandemic.
In this episode, we’ll cover:
The importances of adhering to and staying up to date with local and state regulations
Precautions you might want to take that go above and beyond local and state regulations, and your right to do so as a business owner
The benefits of having customers sign a Covid-19 waiver
Why you should not have employees sign a waiver
While we haven’t yet seen litigation surrounding someone catching Covid-19 at a business, the future of lawsuits surrounding this topic is not out of the question, so you’ll want to be proactive in order to protect your business. That’s why I’ve created a free Covid-19 waiver so that you’ll have an extra level of protection if we begin to see litigation around Covid and businesses.
Get yours at www.freecovidwaiver.com.
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