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The U.S. Chamber's “Path Forward” program—an initiative announced earlier this week to address how Americans and businesses can return to work safely, successfully, and sustainably.

The initiative includes both a program series of broadcasts featuring conversations led by U.S. Chamber president Suzanne Clark with insights from cross-industry experts, and a comprehensive framework of considerations for implementing a National Return to Work Plan detailed across three different sections:
Essential services and resources necessary for returning to work:

General health screening, COVID-19 testing, personal protective equipment, childcare, and transportation.
Resolution to regulatory and legal liability issues:

Health privacy, discrimination claims, safe workplace requirements, support for independent contractors, employment practices, exposure liability, product liability, medical liability, securities litigation, customer communications, and the False Claims Act.
Support for businesses and individuals during a phased reopening:

Businesses dependent on high-density gatherings or travel, and individuals delayed in returning to work.
If you'd like to learn more about the Path Forward...

Join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation this Monday, April 20, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. ET for the next Path Forward broadcast which will feature conversations about the lessons learned to-date from businesses in other countries.

The live program airs twice a week—Mondays and Thursdays at 3:00 p.m. ET. Unable to join? We've got you covered. The recordings of previous programs will be available on FacebookYouTube, and

Click Here to Learn More and to Register
Additional Resources from the U.S. Chamber

Stay well and stay safe, and we'll continue to share with you the most up to date information and resources as we navigate this pandemic. Check out the latest guides and resources from the U.S. Chamber, including the new Independent Contractor's Guide to CARES Act Relief.

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