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Employers & Returning to Work

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COVID-19 has changed the business and talent landscape, and employers must re-think childcare assistance, benefits, and accommodations in these unique times. Families now face immense pressure to re-evaluate how to meet their childcare needs.

Impact on the Childcare Industry

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Prior to the pandemic, there were approximately 675,000 childcare providers in this country, predominately small businesses, who were already operating on thin margins. The public health crisis of COVID-19 has had a devastating effect on the childcare industry.

The Path Forward, with Surgeon General Jerome Adams

Path Forward Jerome Adams

Dr. Adams sat down with U.S. Chamber President Suzanne Clark to share his expertise with the business community. They talked about how our understanding of the novel coronavirus has changed since March, what vaccine production and distribution might look like, the link between community health and economic prosperity, and much more.

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