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Preparing to Reopen your Business

With the governor’s long-awaited plan to finally allow businesses to reopen, you should give some thought to how your business will reopen. I am borrowing my friend’s (Brian Kilcoyne of H&K Insurance) lists to detail how to reopen your business.

These lists have a lot of great information about how often to clean the office, staggered shifts, and whether employees need to come into the office. These are items that every small business should evaluate to get its office open and running smoothly.

And I strongly suggest you contact Brian to reassess your insurance needs if you have not done so recently. I always counsel my clients to make sure their insurance is up-to-date and comprehensive for their respective businesses. Besides having a good attorney, having a good insurance agent will protect your business.

If you have any questions concerning reopening and what needs to be done, questions on the lists, or what agreements you should have employees sign when they come back, feel free to reach out to me, and I’ll be more than happy to assist.

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