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Md. Dept. of Commerce Update: 5/13/2020
July 29, 2021

Good Afternoon!

Repeat Reminder- Governor Hogan Press ConferenceTODAY! Wed, May 13, 2020: 5:00 PM: Governor Hogan to discuss Stage One of the 'Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery.

Repeat Resource - Back to Business Website - Guidelines and best practices for Maryland’s companies reopening in correlation with the COVID-19 outbreak.  

Companies hiring find new ways to learn if a candidate will be a good fit. --Inc. No handshakes. No office tours. Some companies are still in hiring mode and they are finding new ways to figure out if a candidate will be a good fit.

What to do?  To Report an Employee’s Recall to Work or Job Refusal - If an employee refuses a recall to work or an individual refuses an offer of work, you must notify the Division of Unemployment Insurance (DUI) within 15 days after the refusal in order for DUI to consider whether the refusal will affect the individual's benefits.  This notification can be sent via email to DLUI‑

SBDC- Lots of Helpful Small Business Resources - Webinars, Templates, Resiliency Guide -

Create Standout Proposals that Win in Professional Services – by BrightTalk 

Click here to register

Amy Franko, The Strategic Sales Expert – Live online May 18 at 4:00 p.m.


(1) Three “Do’s and Don’ts” of a standout proposal.

(2) A simple framework for shaping your proposal.

(3)Two strategies to improve your win rate when delivering your proposal.

Employer Resource for HR COVID-19 related issues - Shawe Rosenthal law firm  (updated May 7, 2020)

CDC Printable Resources -

Printable signs/posters and other materials developed to support COVID-19 recommendations. All materials are free for download.

Inspiration: Don’t get your knickers in a knot.  Nothing is solved, and it just makes you walk funny. ~ Kathryn Carpenter


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