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Let’s Rally for Recovery

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Calling all businesses!

You have another opportunity to help our country pull together against the pandemic.

Last week the Chamber launched the Rally for Recovery Commitment, asking employers to commit to do their part. This includes considering actions in three key areas:

  1. Encourage mask wearing and social distancing in the workplace.
  2. Reduce barriers to employee vaccinations.
  3. Communicate with your customers and communities about how to stop the spread of the virus.

Why it matters: With the Rally for Recovery Commitment, every company and organization can continue to do their part to help protect employees, customers and communities, so that together we can reignite the economy and defeat the pandemic.

This builds on over a year of efforts by the Chamber to arm business leaders with the tools and resources they need to protect their employees and recover from the pandemic.

Our take: “The business community has stepped up again and again to help our country endure and eradicate the pandemic and the U.S. Chamber is proud to serve and support these heroic and often unsung efforts,” said Suzanne P. Clark, President and CEO-Elect of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. “The Chamber is committed to helping the White House lead a widespread campaign to defeat COVID-19. Working together with our members that span every size of company and every sector of the economy, as well as our state and local chamber partners across the country, we urge every American business to continue take important steps in accelerating vaccinations, protecting workers, slowing the spread, and reopening the economy safely.”

Join employers across the country helping to protect workers and defeat the pandemic.

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