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In this time of crisis, men and women across the country are answering the call to aid the COVID-19 response. The business community has a critical role to play to help address the shortages of supplies that are urgently needed by the medical community as they treat individuals battling this disease.

That is why Business Roundtable and the National Association of Manufacturers are combining efforts to bolster the business community’s response to shortages of urgently needed supplies. Our organizations have developed this online survey to identify existing supplies and new manufacturing capacity to support emergency production efforts.

We invite all members of America’s business community to join us by completing this survey. Our aim is to aid government’s efforts to deploy resources quickly and where they are needed most.

Throughout history, the United States has faced great threats, and Americans have come together to keep our country healthy and strong. This is our mission again today. With your continued support, we will be part of the solution.
Joshua Bolten
President & CEO
Business Roundtable

Jay Timmons
President & CEO
National Association of Manufacturers

Useful Links


My Employee is Sick. What Do I Do Now?
Free Resources to Help Navigate States' Responses to the CoronaVirus
Cares Act: Title 1 – Keeping American Workers Paid and Employed Act
What's in the $2.2T Coronavirus Relief Bill
How are Employers Preparing Their Work Environments for COVID-19?
How to Manage Your Newly Remote Workforce
Infographic: 7 Cyber Hygiene Tips for Remote Work
Webinar Recording: COVID-19 and Your Business - What the Stimulus Package Means to You
Webinar Slides: COVID-19 and Your Business - What the Stimulus Package Means to You

 

Small Business Links

The Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act
Paycheck Protection Program FAQs for Small Businesses


Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA or Act)
All employers are required to post, or in some circumstances email, a notice to employees regarding the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, before the Act goes into effect on April 1, 2020.

This Act requires private employers with at least 2 employees to provide employees with paid sick leave for reasons related to COVID-19. In addition, new legislation has made millions of dollars available through the SBA for employers in need of loans to sustain operations, including funds necessary for payment of invoices and for payroll. These loans may be forgivable.

 

Paycheck Protection Program

Small Business Paycheck Protection Program Overview
Paycheck Protection Program Information Sheet
Paycheck Protection Program FAQs for Small Businesses