Nonessential Business Reopening Tips

Businesses considered nonessential, include movie theaters, gyms, salons, sporting and concert venues, and museums, or any other business identified as recreational in nature, are getting a thumbs-up in some states to begin reopening to the general public. These businesses are tasked with figuring out how to keep customers and employees safe and healthy by adhering to local and federal guidelines, while also trying to maximize any opportunity to earn a profit. Check out this short video for our top three tips to ensuring a smooth reopening for your nonessential business.  Click here to learn more about the benefits of partnering with a PEO to minimize your risk, especially in these trying times for businesses of all sizes across the country.

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