COVID-19 Resource Center
We know that with the uncertainty surrounding the COVID – 19 virus and related economic impact, things can be scary. Not knowing what the next day will bring is an uneasy feeling. Greene Resources is working diligently to be a trusted partner as we all navigate this unprecedented climate together.
- Johns Hopkins – Coronavirus Resource Center
- CDC – Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
- World Health Organization – Coronavirus Disease
- OSHA – COVID-19
Many of our clients and businesses around the country are still working to find their new “normal.” We are here to support you whether that means filling virtual hiring needs, supporting your remote team, or guiding you through a reduction in labor.
- Wake County Business Hotline: 919-856-7420
- Available from 8a – 8p everyday to answer your questions about COVID-19 and its business impacts
- Coronavirus: Impact on Enterprise Risk Management [Enterprise Risk Management Initiative – NCSU]
- How Employers are Adapting Their Internship Programs [CollegeRecruiter Webinar]
- Furloughs vs. Layoffs in Response to COVID-19
- NC Small Business Technology & Development Center
- Department of Employment Security Information for Employers
- Business Relief Resources – Economic Development Partnership of NC
- COVID-19 Guidance for Small and Medium Businesses [TriNet Webinar]
- Raleigh Chamber Rapid Response Website
- Wake County Guidance for Business
- Disaster Loan Assistance – Small Business Administration
While some may be accustomed to remote work, for others it is uncharted territory. Whether you are fortunate enough to continue your work from home or are searching for a new remote opportunity, we’ve got tips to get you through.
- Looking for a Job? These Firms are Hiring
- How to Conduct Virtual Interviews
- How to Run Effective Video Meetings
- Working Remote – Tips, Tricks, and Advice
- Helpful Remote Work Technology
Aside from the physical consequences, COVID-19 is likely to affect mental and emotional well-being as well. We may be social distancing, but we can still take care of ourselves and each other during this difficult time.