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  • As many of you are aware, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act allocated $350 billion to help small businesses to keep workers employed amid the pandemic and economic downturn.  Known as the “Paycheck Protection Program,” the initiative provides 100% federally guaranteed loans to small businesses who maintain their payroll during this emergency. Importantly, these loans may be forgiven if borrowers maintain their payrolls during the crisis or restore their payrolls afterward.  Click the image for more details on the program. 

    Click here to view lending options:  https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/loans/coronavirus-relief-options

     

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    SBA: Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

     

    UPDATE on 3/26

    The prior online portal is no longer accepting e-applications. Rather businesses are supposed to complete PDF forms offline and upload them to the website. Additionally, businesses will no longer be able to look up application status.  The link below leads to  location of new documents.

     

    Click here to view all SBA lending options.

     

  • Information and resources can be provided in the following categories, but are not limited to:

    Human Resources & Legal Information

    • Remote workers
    • Furloughs & unemployment
    • New FMLA
    • New paid leave
    • Accommodation requests
    • “Reasonable suspicion” of CVD infection
    • Travel restrictions
    • Downsizing – do and don’ts
    • Creative staffing and compensation changes, e.g., hours reduction, days elimination – must consider FLSA
    • Benefits changes and cost-saving measures, e.g., reduce, suspend 401K
    • Benefits in demand right now, e.g., Doctor On Demand, EAP, and more
       

    Financial Information

    • Stimulus packages
    • Federal initiatives
    • Loan
       

    Workforce Information

    • Employee support
    • Employment opportunities
    • Company policy & practice considerations
    • Individual company support, if requested

    Business Continuity Planning 

    • Scaling down to mission and critical operations
    • Planning for staffing modifications
    • Determining business impact
    • Maintaining effective communications to stakeholders
    • Leveraging technology to continue with operations
       

    Public Health Information

    • Testing and supplies
    • Updates on Master Service Agreement (MSA)
    • Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations
    • Mental health resources
       

    Need business assistance in one of these areas? 

    Call 513.579.3111
    or
    Email help@cincinnatichamber.com


    8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
  •                  https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/

    Ohio Stay at Home Order has been extended to May 1, 2020 at 11:59pm.
     
    To view the Stay at Home frequently asked questions, click HERE.
     
    With the continued spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) impacting many industries throughout the state, we would like to share some resources from the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) to help keep businesses operating with the health and well-being of their staff and independent contractors in mind:
     


    Businesses are encouraged to call the ODH hotline at 833-4ASKODH (833-427-5634) with any questions regarding the coronavirus. You can also visit 
    coronavirus.ohio.gov for more information.

    Click the link to view the full Stay at Home Order.

    Click the link to view the Frequently Asked Questions about the Stay at Home Order.

    Website referenced by Governor DeWine on 3/22/20:  https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/

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    The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation is announcing that public and private employer insurance premium installment payments due for March, April and May for the current policy year may be deferred until June 1, 2020.  Click the BWC logo for more information.

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    IRS: Coronavirus Tax Relief

    • The IRS has established a special section focused on steps to help provide relief to taxpayers, businesses and others affected by the coronavirus. This page will be updated as new information is available. 
    • The IRS has moved Tax Day from April 15, 2020 to July 15, 2020.

  • Coronavirus and Unemployment Insurance Benefits

    The State of Ohio has expanded who can receive unemployment benefits and experienced a major spike in claims as tens of thousands of workers are off the job amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

    On March 16, 2020, Governor DeWine issued an order affecting Unemployment benefits in Ohio. The order includes some important provisions for businesses and their employees, including:

    • Defines unemployed workers as any individual who is not eligible for paid sick leave from their employers and has been asked to stay home by their employer, medical professional or local authority even if they are not diagnosed with COVID-19.
    • Work Search requirements for benefit recipients are waived.
    • Benefits will not be charged to the employers account, but will be mutualized.
    • Penalties for late reporting and payments will be waived for employers affected by COVID-19.

    Many businesses including restaurants (dine in), bars, gyms and movie theaters have closed under state order.

    Click the ODJFS logo to access the Coronavirus Unemployment Insurance Benefits page.

  • Click the logo to access the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber COVID-19 Business Resource Updates.

    Coronavirus Information for Businesses from Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber.

  • The U.S. Chamber has compiled CDC’s coronavirus recommendations for businesses and workers across the country. We continue to encourage American businesses to follow data-based guidance from the CDC and state and local officials. More info here

    The Families First Coronavirus Response Act created new temporary paid sick leave and paid Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) programs that are 100% reimbursable by the federal government. The effective date of both programs is April 1 and they expire on December 31, 2020.  More info here

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    Click the logo to access the Ohio Chamber of Commerce COVID-19 Business Resource Updates.

     

  • This is a collection of important information and essential resources for business owners, consumers, employers, employees, parents, students, veterans - anyone and everyone. We will be updating frequently so check back often.

    We're all in this together. Whoever you are, the Better Business Bureau Cincinnati is here for you!  Click the BBB logo to access our resource guide.

     

  • As communities throughout the world respond to COVID-19 (coronavirus), we know that this time presents unique challenges for businesses. Here are some tips and recommendations to help you navigate this for your employees and customers.

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  • BUSINESS NAME

    Anderson Pub and Grill
    Arthur's Of Anderson
    Anderson Twp Pub
    Belterra Park Gaming
    Big Ash Brewing
    Buffalo Wild Wings
    Buffalo Wings and Rings
    Butterbee's American Grill
    Carrabbas Italian Grill
    Chicken Salad Chick
    Clough Crossing
    Deadlow Brewing
    Deweys Pizza
    Don Rigo
    Dream Dinners
    First Watch
    Fork and Pie
    Freddy's Cust & Steakburgers
    Gold Star
    Golden Rule Catering
    Goodfellows 
    Graeter's Ice Cream
    Grammas Pizza
    Grove Park Grille
    Jersey Mike's Subs
    Kroger
    LaRosa's Family Pizzeria
    Latitudes Bar & Bistro
    Luckman Coffee
    Main Street Café
    McCalister Deli
    Mios Pizzeria
    MOD Pizza
    Mt. Carmel Brewing Co
    National Exemplar
    Outback Steakhouse
    Pirates Cove
    Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers
    Ramundo's Pizza
    The Sandbar 
    Skyline Chili
    Subway
    Sweets and Meats BBQ
    Tom & Chee
    Urban Grill on Main
    Village Pantry Catering

     

     

     

     

  • PHONE NUMBER

    513-474-4400
    513-388-0152
    513-231-0601
    513-232-8000
    513-401-6868
    513-231-1424
    513-528-7464
    513-528-5800
    513-233-0999
    513-388-9111
    513-624-7800
    513-800-1231
    513-388-0300
    513-233-9200
    513-233-3732
    513-293-8786
    513-914-5589
    513-752-2736
    513-231-4541
    513-753-3671
    513-407-6327
    513-474-5636
    513-474-1300
    513-452-8020
    513-474-4344
    513-528-6120
    513-232-8206
    513-827-9146
    513-231-1040
    513-519-9559
    513-909-2901
    513-474-3777
    513-449-3409
    513-240-2739
    513-271-2103
    513-624-8181
    513-871-1820
    513-964-4046
    513-321-0978
    513-533-3810
    513-231-2064
    513-474-5401
    513-888-4227
    513-996-0100
    513-561-8000
    513-965-0511
     


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    online ordering for pickup
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    drive thru only
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    carryout and curbside
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    yes- order from website
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  • Mark Your Calendars

     
  • 6 Steps to Prevent COVID-19
  • 10 Things You Can Do to Manage COVID-19 at Home
  • Economic Injury Disaster Loans Webinar 3/25/20
  • NFIB COVID-19 Part IV: How to Apply for a Coronavirus Small Business Loan