Chef Works is dedicated to the industries we serve and we want to make sure you have all of the tools you may need to help navigate these uncertain times. We’ve compiled a list of reliable sites where you can check back often to get all of the latest information.
We will continue to publish updates each week so be sure to check back often.
- The U.S. Department of Labor has an extensive collection of links that you can access. One site is dedicated solely to the pandemic and another is just for unemployment insurance.
- To find out more information on unemployment insurance by state, check here.
- The U.S. Small Business Administration has a page dedicated to all things COVID-19.
- The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has a “response toolkit” that’s got some useful messaging information. There are also links to a live blog and policy actions.
STAYING INFORMED AND SAFE
- The Associated Press has some tips for weeding through misinformation.
- Here is the CDC main page, which has plenty of information for all aspects of the pandemic. It even has a special section for businesses and employers.
- The New York Times is offering free content on a lot of its pandemic coverage. This is a map of U.S. cases that is regularly updated.
- Eater has a landing page for all things food related – including how some of America’s larger cities are responding.
CHEF WORKS UPDATE
While still in accord with California’s shelter-in-place order, we are working with our essential staff to support our friends and partners in the healthcare industry who are on the frontlines battling this pandemic. We are thankful for them – and other essential workers in all industries – for their tireless commitment.
“More than ever, it is important for us to support each other, inspire each other and come together as a community,” said Chef Works CEO Neil Gross.
We’ll be posting essential information across all of our social channels:
What resources are you using? Comment below and we’ll add them to our list.
On Wednesday we’ll post stories about how our industry is responding, what you can do to help and how we can come together as a community.