Chamber releases webinar to help businesses affected by COVID

JACKSON, Wyo. — In response to COVID-19 and its affects on Jackson’s business community, the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce worked quickly to set up an online forum for training, panels, and conversations on the topics that businesses in the community asked for.

The July 22 webinar was recorded live at 8 a.m. and is archived on the Chamber website. This most recent webinar addresses the following questions:

  1. What do I do if an employee tests positive?
  2. At what point am I supposed to shut down, and for how long?
  3. I have an employee who tested positive, what are their rights? What should I tell other employees?
  4. I had a guest who tested positive, what should I do?

On their page, you can find additional webinars and resources that aid businesses from applying for federal and local aid to setting up and marketing an online store, to dealing with difficult customer-facing situations.

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