Back to Work, Gwinnett!
It’s time to begin the economic recovery and the Gwinnett Chamber is taking the lead in getting businesses safely back to work.
This page contains information on what you need to know and what you need to do in order to bring your employees back to work safely and productively.
The Gwinnett Chamber welcomed its staff back to the office on May 4. Our goal was to create a safe, comfortable, and productive work environment. Our back-to-work guidelines were created by considering recommendations from the U.S. Chamber, the CDC and dozens of global businesses that have returned to work.
Of course, any Back-to-Work plan will be fluid and will be adjusted according to governmental orders and advice from the CDC and Homeland Security.
Disclaimer: This content and guidance is advisory in nature. For more specific instructions, please consult an employment law professional.
Prepare Your Staff
Key considerations for returning to work.
Prepare Your Workplace
Information for employers during this uncertain time.
Gwinnett Chamber job board is here to connect employers needing talent with employees in need of work.
Stay up-to-date with the latest local COVID-19 news.
Gwinnett Chamber Framework for Returning to Work
The following guidelines have been created by considering recommendations from the U.S. Chamber, the CDC and dozens of global businesses that have returned to work.
Georgia COVID-19 FAQ
The state issued a COVID-19 FAQ page, providing additional clarity on Georgia business operations.