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Coronavirus Resources: Protecting Your Business and Your People

May 20, 2021

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The coronavirus, or COVID-19, continues to evolve quickly, impacting nearly every aspect of business from supply chains to investor questions to employee health concerns. Woodruff Sawyer has established this Coronavirus Resource Center to provide guidance and answer your pressing questions, such as how to prepare or respond to the associated business risks, and whether insurance coverage may respond.

If you are a Woodruff Sawyer client and have specific questions related to your risks and coverage, reach out to your account team.

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Navigating Mental Wellness During Pandemic Burnout

72% of employees are currently burned out v. 42% of Employees reporting burnout prior to the pandemic. One in five Americans experience mental health conditions every year, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Join us for a discussion with Dr. Sheth and Jessica Yaffa on how we can combat burnout and take better care of ourselves and each other.

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It’s Okay Not to Be Okay: Helping Employees on Their Mental Health Journey

In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, we discuss the prevalence of anxiety and mental health issues, and the resources employers have at their disposal—including our Mental Health Wellness Toolkit—to help employees deal with ongoing stressors.

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Workers’ Comp for Remote Employees: Here’s What You Need to Know

Learn more about Workers’ Compensation (WC) for the remote worker and how to help your staff work more safely at home.

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Pandemic Planning Guide with Templates

We’ve included a downloadable and editable Guide to Creating a Business Continuity Plan for Pandemics, which includes templates, as well as a sample pandemic plan. Keep in mind that these plans should tie closely with your current business continuity plan.

Guide to Creating Pandemic BCP

Sample Corporate Pandemic Plan

Pandemic Checklist For Employers

The Impact on Your Business Risk and Insurance

The Impact on Employee Benefits, Retirement, and Your Workforce

Support Your Employees: A Toolkit

Wellness Toolkit Mental Health
What is Ergonomics?
Mental Well-being During Quarantine
Easing Employee Stress Surrounding the Coronavirus Pandemic
A Guide to Market Fluctuations
Welcome Back to Work Employee Packet
Working From Home During the Coronavirus Outbreak
Market Volatility Update: Coronavirus

On-Demand Webinars

COVID-19 has many employers asking questions about what actions to take now to help protect their employees and their business interests. The following resources help you ask the right questions, and provide you with the answers and solutions according to current developments and projections.

If you are a Woodruff Sawyer client and have specific questions related to your risks and coverage, reach out to your account team.

Client Notices

Notice to New York Domiciled Companies: New COVID-19 Regulations Affect Certain Property/Casualty Policies


Commissioner Approves WCIRBs Special Regulatory Filing in Reponse to COVID-19

Governor Newson Signs Executive Order Giving COVID-19 Worker's Compensation Rebuttable Presumption to All CA Employees


Aid for Small Businsses: CARES Act Application Begins 4/3



Third-Party Updates on Coronavirus

The CDC and World Health Organization are continually providing best practices and updates on the status of coronavirus. Keep in mind that your local Health Department has the authority to control all epidemiological response, including quarantines or other actions that may affect your business, as well as how to respond if an employee has been exposed or tests positive. 

Refer to these sources regularly to help you plan and protect your workplace according to the latest recommendations.

This page will continually be updated, so please check back regularly.

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