COVID-19

BUSINESS RESOURCE TOOL KIT

TXBIZ & Littler COVID-19 Response Weekly Series

Get Involved in the Return to Work Initiative

TAKE THE SURVEY

The Employer Survey helps collect and establish common perspectives of the overall landscape, assesses and leverages available resources, and develops an effective and sustained response to local, regional, and statewide return to work challenges. 

VIEW & CONTRIBUTE TO THE RESOURCE GUIDE

The Return to Work Initiative includes an open-source employer resource guide that sources, captures, and provides vital information for employers and employees alike to help them better communicate needs and expectations and to help navigate a plethora of issues and concerns brought about by the challenges faced due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Resource submissions and suggestions are welcome here.

ADAPTIVE | EFFECTIVE | THRIVING

 

Texas Association of Business is working closely with local and state officials along with staying in contact with the White House, and U.S. government agencies so we can inform and equip businesses with the most important and up-to-date information to prevent the spread of the virus and prepare businesses for the near and long-term impact. 

 

It is imperative that Texas’ business community also pull together and use its influence to bend the curve on COVID-19 cases. Many of our state’s businesses are already providing strong leadership, outreach, policy and compassion, while navigating this unprecedented crisis.

REOPENING BUSINESS GUIDELINES

  • Business Resources (Financial)

    We have compiled resources for Texas businesses looking for financial assistances during and after this pandemic.

  • Business Tools (Communications)

    Find shareable resources, social media assets and guidance for members, employees, and customers.

  • Health and Safety for Businesses

    Texas businesses are encouraged to do their part to keep their employees, customers, and themselves healthy.

  • Legislative

    Actions

    The Trump administration declared a public health emergency in January and several federal agencies have been involved.

Helping Hands

Businesses across the country, including TXBIZ Members have taken action in helping those in need.

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