Welcome to the COVID-19 Resources Hub
As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation continues to evolve, it is important for all employers to monitor the outbreak and are prepared to implement strategies to protect their workforce while ensuring continuity of operations. To help educate employers and employees on how they can prepare for and address the impacts of the virus, please explore these following sections of helpful information and resources.
In addition, please access Shannon Full, President & CEO, of the TwinWest Chamber's letter to the community and weekly Video Chat Series.
"Thank you and the entire Twin West staff from us at Burl for your work in helping out the small business community and providing so many valuable resources to help us all navigate the challenging times. We appreciate it!!! Take care and be safe."
Brian Seiwert, Head Golf Professional, Burl Oaks Golf Club
Top 5 Topics You Need to Know ...
1. Safely Reopening Businesses 5-27-2020
4.. The Too Local To Fail program, is an interactive platform for building community and innovation. This tool is designed to shape the future of the Minneapolis-St. Paul economy. Business leaders, employees and stakeholders can share their ideas about re-opening the economy and safe return to work.
5. More Resources for Re-opening your business
- MN DEED Safely Returning to Work Resources 5-14-2020
- Best Practices: A Guide to Returning to Work 5-12-2020
- Target Corporation is sharing its best practices information to support other businesses, communities and leaders in efforts to establish methods by which retail can operate safely, prioritizing the safety of employees, customers and communities alike.
Learn more about TwinWest & Minneapolis Chamber #TooLocalToFail initiative. Business and trade associations, as well as owners and operators, from across the region have formed a coalition to work on issues that are affecting operations and employees. Together we are advocating for sensible policies and solutions that will support those that continue to do business, those that are having to adapt their business model, and those that have experienced mandatory closures. We are doing this at the federal, state and local levels.