The Tulsa Regional Chamber released its Open for Business Guide, which collects recommendations from trusted federal, state and local sources so businesses have the best-available information to develop their own reopening strategies. The document offers general guidelines for a healthy work environment and specific recommendations for different industries and workplaces.
“The COVID-19 pandemic and global economic downturn have forced each of us to make hard decisions and adapt business operations,” said Mike Neal, Tulsa Regional Chamber president and CEO. “We are in uncharted territory, and the workplace we return to will not be the same one we left. We produced this guide to support a healthy and effective return to the office. This guide is meant to provide a framework any business can tailor to its specific needs.”
To view the guide, click here.
The release of the guide coincides with a brief survey from the Chamber and the Mayor’s Economic Recovery Advisory Committee. We need your insight and feedback on plans for reopening and your outlook on the region's economy. Your participation will help us and the City of Tulsa better serve you in the coming months.
To take the survey, click here.
“The Tulsa Regional Chamber is here to assist companies and their employees through a safe transition back into the workplace,” Neal said. “We are committed to the resilience of area businesses and the recovery of our region’s economy, and we’re confident northeast Oklahoma will emerge from this crisis with an even more prosperous future on the horizon.”