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California is working with Oregon and Washington on coordinated plans for phasing in the reopening of restaurants, stores and other parts of their economies in a way that can keep the coronavirus pandemic at bay. Amy Sussman/Getty Images

Why there isn’t a one-size-fits-all plan for states to reopen their economies

How and when the US economy reopens will look different state to state, and for good reasons. This Q&A explains why, and why some states are working together.
A tourist from Québec poses with a Canadian flag in Peggy’s Cove, N.S. on Canada Day, 2016. Allowing domestic tourism to resume may be one step to carefully reopening the Canadian economy during the pandemic. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darren Calabrese

Restarting the coronavirus economy: 4 possible steps

The response to COVID-19 should become a learning opportunity on how to develop more illness-proof economies.
Replacing an employee means taking time and resources to train someone new. djrandco/Shutterstock.com

Replacing workers has many costs

As more and more Americans are laid off, employers have to consider the cost of letting their staff go.
Essential workers expose themselves to the coronavirus every day. zoranm/Getty Images

Lead with empathy during the COVID-19 crisis

The coronavirus pandemic is a stressful time for everyone. Here are some ways employers can help their employees through this crisis.
Lagos Computer village, Nigeria’s version of Silicon Valley, shut following COVID-19 lock down. Photo by Adekunle Ajayi/NurPhoto via Getty Images

Lockdown will hit Nigeria’s smallscale entrepreneurs hard. What can be done

As part of response to COVID-19 pandemic, Nigeria has announced a lock down in three strategic states but this is going to be tough on the self employed and small scale entrepreneurs.
Waitress Casey Stewart works at two restaurants, at least one which may have to close for at least a week or more. AP Photo/Kathy Willens

How the coronavirus recession puts service workers at risk

Service workers are some of the most at risk of both the coronavirus and financial woes.
Less than 30% of the workforce has the ability to work from home. Westend61/Getty Images

Telecommuting could curb the coronavirus epidemic

Two transportation scholars argue that telecommuting could play an important role in solving the coronavirus crisis.

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