With COVID-19 continuing to spread in the United States, the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry urges the business community to take proactive steps to protect their workplaces and communities from coronavirus.
Get updates and watch live announcements about coronavirus from Gov. Mike Parson here.
Gov. Parson outlines changes to help businesses and families. Income tax filing deadline
extended to July 15. Read the full press release here.
Gov. Parson grants license reciprocity to physicians and surgeons who wish to assist
Missourians. Read more here.
Gov. Parson grants work comp benefits to first responders with COVID-19.
Watch the April 7 Coronavirus Briefing Recap video here.
Governor Parson has suspended a requirement that a Notary Public must conduct the notarization of official documents while
the signer personally appears in front of them. The order allows for the use of audio-video technology to complete the personal
appearance requirement, valid until May 15 unless otherwise extended. Read the press release here. If you are a notary, apply here.
Watch our three-part Return to Work webinar series here.
With the variety of federal funding options available, it is important to understand the differences between the programs and which are best suited to their needs. In
this 18-minute webinar, Missouri Chamber experts Kara Corches and Matt Panik give an update on navigating your options and things to consider when applying.
The federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act is a complex, $2 trillion-dollar piece of legislation aimed at providing the U.S. economy and citizens
with coronavirus aid. In this new free 16-minute webinar, Missouri Chamber legislative experts Matt Panik and Kara Corches outline what the bill means for Missouri
employers and families.
Relief efforts covered:
– Available aid for businesses
– Business tax provisions
– Unemployment insurance measures
– Paid leave amounts and limits
– Individual stimulus checks
In this 25-minute webinar, three Thompson Coburn employment law attorneys walk employers through practical information about coronavirus.
The information provided in this webinar is intended for informational purposes only and is notintended to be legal advice. The transmission of information from
this webinar does not establish an attorney-client relationship with the viewer. If you want legal advice for a particular situation, you should consult an attorney.
In this 15-minute webinar, a legal expert with McMahon Berger law firm discusses recommended procedures and policies to have in place in the event
of a potential coronavirus case coming to your workplace.
Click below to read Missouri healthcare systems’ latest coronavirus updates