Graduating from public heath orders (PHO) - What You Need To KnowLocation determines what happens when Updated May 28, 2021 Skip ahead to the list of changes Before diving in, Basalt and the midvalley’s mix of jurisdictions and county lines complicate what happens where and when. The public health orders and guidelines may vary, and counties…… Read MoreCategories: Business, COVID-19
CO Unemployment Alert - How to report UI fraud
Fraudulent unemployment claims are on the rise, and even organizations such as the Basalt Chamber of Commerce have had to report fraud to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE). Even if you don’t have employees, you may still be targeted by this scam. At the chamber, our Executive… Read More
How employers can help stop unemployment fraud
Via the Northwest Colorado Workforce Center/Colorado Rural Workforce Consortium
With the rise in unemployment insurance (UI) claims associated with COVID-19, there has been a significant increase in the number of fraudulent claims and other instances of fraud or identity theft. Businesses and individuals have both been… Read More
Eagle County commits $3 million to aid small businesses suffering from pandemic$3 million Eagle County Bridge Grant ProgramCategories: Business, COVID-19
In response to the challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic and related public health orders have placed on local small businesses, Eagle County will disburse $3 million in economic assistance for those businesses through the Eagle County Bridge Grant program. A resolution adopting the…Read More
The important role employers play in keeping our community healthy
Original content provided by the High Country Human Resource Association (HCHRA).
Many employees do not know where to turn for accurate information. Research is showing that employees are looking to their employer as a trusted source for information. We need… Read More
Two upcoming HR webinars to help businesses navigate employee-related issues
This Friday, local public health departments are partnering with HR experts to discuss how employers can best handle staffing related issues during COVID-19. Topics include employee testing, what to do if you have a sick employee and recent state and federal changes to paid sick leave.
While there are two… Read More
2020 Legislative update: Gov. Polis signs two bills providing relief to small businesses
This afternoon Gov. Polis signed SB20-222 and HB20-1413 into law. These bills creates two different funding sources for small and micro business:Grant program for businesses with fewer than 25 employees. Loan program for businesses between 5-100 employees.
As this is breaking… Read More
We're Open - Resources for promote your business during Safer At HomeGet the word outCategories: Business, COVID-19
There are many different ways to promote that your business is open and ready for customers during the Safer-At-Home orders. Below are several options, as well as special offerings by local media partners and fellow Basalt Chamber members.Physical location
At your physical location, in addition…Read More
Safer At Home: What to Expect #SafetyFirstLocation will determine what happens when Before diving in, it must be understood that Basalt and the midvalley’s mix of jurisdictions and county lines complicate an already confusing situation. The public health standards for one type of business/industry may not be the same as another, and the different counties will…… Read MoreCategories: Business, COVID-19
Checklists To Help Cut Energy Bills at Work and HomeHappy Earth Day!Categories: Business, COVID-19
The content below is provided by CORE, a non-profit focused on leading the Roaring Fork Valley to a carbon-free, net-zero energy future.
April 22, 2020 (Aspen, Colo.) — If this pandemic has taught us anything, it’s to go with the flow. For many…Read More