5 ways to effectively communicate with customers around safety policies and procedures

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As a small business owner, you likely had to change several aspects of your operations because of COVID-19. From protecting your employees to enforcing social distancing, 2020 has been a learning curve for everyone.

As your customers return to your business, they may not know about the new policies you have implemented recently. This is why you need to effectively communicate with customers immediately — outlining any new expectations and guidelines. Then, take steps to enforce your policies if your customers refuse to comply.

1. Train your team members on your guidelines

Regularly meet with your staff to discuss any new policies you have added or modified. Explain what is expected of your employees and customers and what happens if shoppers refuse to comply.

Make sure your team has the power to refuse service or approach a customer who won’t wear a

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Joe Biden Wins 2020 Election, Becomes 46th President, Kamala Harris Becomes First Black Female Vice President

Joe Biden has been projected as the winner of the 2020 presidential election, meaning the days of  Donald Trump as president are coming to an end.

Kamala Harris has made history as the first African American woman to become the nation’s vice president.

Biden won a bevy of states on both coasts including California, Washington, Oregon, Virginia, New York and Maine, but it was the battleground states that carried Biden.

The former Vice President flipped Arizona, Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgia and Pennsylvania, which voted Democrat for the first time since 1992. Many of these states Trump criticized during his time in office.

Trump constantly attacked Michigan Governor Gretchen Withmer for her coronavirus-related lockdowns and many looked at Trump when the FBI announced it arrested members of an alleged plot  to kidnap Whitmer. Trump also spent years attacking former Arizona Senator John McCain, who served the state from 1987 to 2018, and Read the rest

Kamala Harris makes history as America’s first vice president

Harris is the first woman, the first black person, the first Native American and the first Asian American to be elected to the position.

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California Sen. Kamala Harris , 56, has made history as the next vice president of the United States . She will be the first woman, the first African-American person, the first Indo-American, and the first Asian-American to hold the position.

Harris served as a San Francisco District Attorney and California Attorney General before becoming a United States Senator. After ending her presidential bid during an often controversial 2020 Democratic primary season, Joe Biden chose her as his running mate. Biden and Harris will be sworn in as president

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