Yesterday it felt like the whole world had gone mad. From physical assaults on people for not social distancing to whistleblower emails to me about industry practices, people are empowered to act when they feel someone isn’t doing what they think they should be doing during this pandemic.
During this time, I want to caution you all – regardless of the type of business you are running – to closely monitor your marketing materials. If you rely heavily on a social media or television presence please make sure any videos or pictures you post show people following the CDC guidelines and other best practices.
You do not want to find yourself defending your actions on social media or any other public medium right now.
Above all else, make sure you are abiding by the CDC recommendations and other best practices at your job sites. Socially distance everyone working, stagger subs to limit the number of people on a job at one time, provide handwashing stations, post appropriate signage, and prohibit any one that is sick from entering the job site.
I do want to encourage you to call or email me with questions you have. During this time of uncertainty the best member service we can provide you with is information – and if we don’t have it we’ll do our best to put you in touch with someone who can help. Any information we find that could be helpful we will share in this newsletter.
We’re here to help.
Be safe out there,
BIA of Greater Louisville
502 458 0032 – mobile
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