Back in March when the COVID-19 pandemic was ramping up and businesses were temporarily closing or transitioning to remote operations, we wrote this article to help businesses know where to adjust their business insurance during a crisis.
By now, it’s apparent that the fallout from the COVID-19 outbreak is far more significant than we imagined a few short weeks ago.
It’s been a crazy/scary/sad/confusing/you-name-it past several weeks for businesses across Massachusetts, the country, and the world. Some of you may have limited operations; some of you may be shut down; some of you may still be operational but are having a hard time making sales because nobody is buying anything right now.
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It has been a crazy several weeks for businesses and individuals alike and the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak has raised questions we never thought we would ask or answer.
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If you’re a nanny or au pair, I’m sure you’ve realized you are your own human resources department. There’s no orientation, no specific policies and procedures to follow, and nobody looking out for you, making sure you sign up for the proper insurance policies and coverages — that’s all up to you.