Consumer Handbook

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With people spending an increased amount of time on social media during the pandemic, scammers are jumping on the opportunity to scam the public. Father’s Day, graduations, and weddings are upon us, so it is not surprising to see more coupons for extreme deals at major retailers. However, scammers are offering fake retail coupons to steal your identity and/or download malware. 

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While the lasting effects are unclear, the immediate economic impact of COVID-19 has been severe. Recovery still seems far off, especially as states grapple on when to reopen and how soon testing will be made widely available. 

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Business owners are being challenged by a rapidly changing work environment due to the coronavirus pandemic. State officials are implementing policies that affect businesses, consumers, and employees daily. 

Here’s a brief overview of businesses’ rights and responsibilities concerning employment issues and creating a safe workplace.

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During trying times, it’s important to focus on the things you can control. You can’t dictate what’s happening around you, but you can control how you react. Now is the time to react with empathy, kindness, and ingenuity within your community. 

The current health crisis is affecting everyone; some harder than others, but no one is an exception. As a business, you have the resources available and the means to take action and impact your community. And when your business spreads empathy, you’ll gain sympathy – which can help keep your business open. 

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Trying to maintain “business as usual” is becoming a challenge for small businesses as the COVID-19 crisis continues. This is especially true as businesses try to cover payroll expenses. 

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