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The SCBP is committed to building a prosperous and sustainable future for our business community, particularly in challenging times. Our experience in economic recovery from unplanned events tells us that, as federal and state entities take action, available resources will become better defined. We are committed to keeping you informed to ensure your business has practical, appropriate, and accurate information.
We have compiled a list of pending legislation that will help businesses. To keep track of these bills, please click here.
Additionally, we encourage our members to keep us up-to-date on their activities so we may continue to best serve the community.
Snapshot of resources:
One of your staff members just traveled. Should they stay home?
What should you do if an employee gets sick while at work?
Are there any special recommendations for cleaning?
What programs are being developed by the state to support businesses being impacted by the outbreak?
NJ Business Action Center (NJBAC) is answering these questions and more as they relate to the business community. Check them out.
You can reach them directly:
By Telephone: 1-800-Jersey7
CoVID-19 Specific: cv.business.nj.gov
The SCBP has also compiled a list of bills that have been introduced into legislation. For a list of these bills and to keep track of their progress please click here.
Hotels, restaurants, event planners, and meeting professionals all have unique needs. Somerset County Tourism has created a toolkit for hospitality and tourism industries to provide answers to their questions.
This continually evolving resource also has a list of open and temporarily closed businesses, as well as postponed and canceled events.
Get more resources and answers for your hospitality and tourism industries.
The NJEDA is making tools available to New Jersey businesses during the COVID-19 outbreak.
*Update: As of 3/26/2020, the NJEDA has announced a series of programs aimed at helping area businesses. Access them here.
For an easy way to to see if your business is eligible, please see this eligibility wizard on the NJEDA’s website.
By Telephone: 609-858-6767
Your local workforce system will continue to update partners and the community as the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic evolves.
A COVID-19 Jobs and Hiring Portal also is now open and will be updated regularly.
For jobseekers and employees, enhance skills and obtain industry recognized credentials with SkillUp.
Contact email@example.com for assistance as office locations are closed but operating remotely.
Uncover programs that are available to help small businesses and guidance to help you during this time.
*Update* As of 3/19/2020 all 21 counties in NJ have been approved for US Small Business Administration Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program (Disaster # NJ-00057). For more information, please see the SBA website here. Or for some quick facts on the program, click here.
Local Small Business Development Center: https://www.sbdcrvcc.com/’
The Somerset County Department of Health is dedicated to fostering healthy lifestyles and a safe environment through effective leadership in public health, comprehensive planning, development of proactive community partnerships and a continued commitment to public health service. Additionally, SCDOH is the lead agency responsible for countywide Public Health emergency planning and response activities.
Check the County’s site for daily updates on COVID-19.
You may also sign up to receive direct communication on the Local Information Network Communication System that connects public health departments with hospitals, laboratories, emergency responders, medical providers, schools, and other community organizations.
Director and Health Officer/Epidemiologist of Somerset County Department of Health, Dr. Namitha Reddy addresses the FAQs of COVID-19.
Get information from the New Jersey Department of Health that has resources for the general public, schools and businesses, healthcare professionals, and more. You can also submit questions to the NJ Department of Health.