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As part of its efforts to serve as a resource to the business community during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the launch of the ‘Bringing PA Back’ website. This is part of a new initiative by the PA Chamber to help businesses safely re-open their facilities and jumpstart the economy following the pandemic.
Karen Groh, Lebanon Valley Chamber President/CEO, states, “We are grateful for the efforts and work of the PA Chamber. This website is a valuable resource not only for Lebanon County businesses but those throughout our commonwealth. We want our economy to open safely and to have the tools and guidelines to protect employees and employers.”
The comprehensive website features critical information for employers, including: guidance on workplace readiness – such as cleaning and safety standards; employment opportunities; industry-specific guidance; and policy recommendations that will help to revive Pennsylvania’s economy. The website also includes a map of the Commonwealth – identifying which phase of the re-opening process each county is currently in – along with providing an overview of the Wolf administration’s guidance for each phase. The PA Chamber has also developed policy recommendations that are focused on the state’s economic recovery – all of which are highlighted on the website.
Over the last several weeks, the Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce has engaged in extensive conversations with the PA Chamber, local business leaders, and other local chambers from across the state to determine employers’ major concerns and needs as the state looks to slowly re-open economies across the Commonwealth. Feedback from those conversations played a critical role in the development of the website.
The website will be regularly updated to keep employers apprised of new government guidance and industry best practices.