Although our Office Morale Leader Roger is weary, he is hanging in there and fully abiding by Governor Inslee’s stay-at-home order. At least Roger can still venture out for his daily walks on a leash, where he demonstrates his strong aptitude for social distancing whenever a neighbor’s dog comes into view! We hope you are all hanging in there as well, and finding your own ways to cope with the COVID-19 crisis. Thankfully, many of us are still able to get out for lots of walks, runs and bike rides to enjoy our lovely Seattle spring weather.
Are you a small business owner who is figuring out how to work remotely in light of Washington’s stay-at-home orders? Are you finding it challenging to communicate with your remote office team? I am pleased to share my latest article for the American Bar Association’s GPSolo eReport, entitled Five Tips for Communicating Effectively While Working Remotely. Hopefully, this will give you some useful tips on how to manage your internal communications in this ever-changing landscape.
As always, I would love to hear your questions and comments. If you have any questions about our firm and the work we do, please contact us or visit our recently updated website: https://staceyromberg.com/.
Not surprisingly, due to the current health crisis many people are looking to create and also update their current estate planning documents. Stacey discusses why now is a good time to review your estate planning documents and confirm that they reflect your current wishes.
Many small businesses are suffering and looking for any kind of compensation to help them weather this storm. Unfortunately, as Stacey points out, many commercial insurance policies do not cover this type of business loss.
Looking forward, businesses will begin to reopen. But what will that look like? Stacey explains why it is imperative that businesses put stringent safety precautions in place to not only protect their clients, customers and employees, but also themselves as business owners.