The ITA team, alongside our members and partners, is excited to bring you a one-stop Resource Center, filled with whitepapers, articles and best practice suggestions on a variety of topics.
Topic Corners include:
- Human Resources
- And more!
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- mHUB has developed this quick list of helpful video conferencing tools, and are also going to start using the hashtag #WinFromHome for helpful tips to encourage members/communities who can conduct business from home.
- PC Matic, an American cybersecurity firm, announced it is offering free cybersecurity and remote management tools to companies who are implementing work from home policies in the wake of the ongoing threat from the Coronavirus [Learn more]
- At Q-Centrix more than 90% of our healthcare solutions team works remotely on a permanent basis. So, we’ve curated some of our community’s top tips and tricks to help you maximize your productivity and happiness while working from home! [Learn more]
- Remote Work Solutions: https://slack.com/solutions/remote-work
- Working Remotely in Slack webinar: [Learn more]
- Student and Faculty Guide to collaborating in Slack: https://slackhq.com/student-faculty-guide-collaborating-slack
- Guide to working remotely in Slack: https://slack.com/resources/using-slack/slack-remote-work-tips
- DLA Piper has launched a Coronavirus Resource Center, which
you can find additional information on below. It covers the latest FAQs, alerts, and webinars relating to the crisis, as well as allows companies to subscribe to content/thought leadership. For example, we recently hosted a webinar on COVID 19
and its effects on supply chain contracts.
- Marketplace.city COVID- 19 Readiness for Cities Webinar: [Register]
WHEN: 11:30 AM – 9:00 PM
WHERE: 302 N. Green Street
Aba's Mediterranean favorites are available for carryout and delivery, plus enjoy nearly 50% off select bottles of wine and cans of beer. Call to place an order, or get your sips
delivered via GrubHub, DoorDash or Caviar.
View Aba's wine to-go menu
WHERE: 441 N. Clark Street
River North's favorite Spanish wine bar is sliding over its wine ladder to those whose glasses are being found empty, or any wine cellars that need some love! Purchase select
bottles for nearly 50% off from Bar Ramone's extensive wine list available for pick-up and delivery.
View Bar Ramone's wine to-go menu
CONTACT: (312) 985-6909
WHEN: Chicago: 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM | Oak Brook.: 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
WHERE: Chicago: 671 N. St. Clair Street, Chicago IL | Oak Brook: 272 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook, IL
Beatrix in Chicago and Oak Brook is offering its neighborhood favorites for carryout and delivery. Plus, enjoy nearly 50% off select bottles of wine and beer cans available for
delivery & pick-up in Chicago, and pick-up in Oak Brook.
View Chicago wine to-go menu
View Oak Brook wine to-go menu
CONTACT: Chicago: 312-284-1377 | Oak Brook: 630-491-1415
WHERE: 7110 N. Lincoln Avenue, Lincolnwood, IL, 60712
Enjoy L.Woods BBQ favorites available for carryout and delivery, plus $2 Sketchbook Beers, $15 Languedoc and Cielo bottles of wine. Call to place an order or order via
Caviar, DoorDash or GrubHub.
View L.Woods menu
- Bring etta home to you with family meal, a daily changing shared menu.
- Families come in all shapes and sizes. If your family is bigger than 2 people or has a big appetite, please consider adding multiple meals to your order.
- To place an order for Family Meal, please call 312.757.4444, email email@example.com [Orders are available for pick up daily starting at 3pm]
Please read the FAQ for
a full list of essential businesses. Non-Essential businesses can maintain minimum basic activities to preserve the value and condition of the business’s inventory, equipment and location, to maintain security and to process payroll and employee benefits.
Additionally, the business can take the minimum necessary activities to facilitate employees of the business being able to continue to work remotely from their residences. We encourage everyone to read the Executive Order and
We understand that this order will have an impact on all Illinoisans, but this is a critical step to reduce the spread of COVID-19. While we thank you in advance for your cooperation - we also want you to know of steps our administration is taking to provide guidance and resources during this challenging time.
To help support businesses in this time of need, last week Mayor Lightfoot announced the details of her relief package,
headlined by a $100 million loan fund, to support small businesses affected by COVID-19.These measures are intended to provide much-needed local cash flow and stopgap relief for small businesses as we await federal support that will be necessary for
businesses affected by this crisis. Please know that your City is working hard to put the necessary emergency measures in place to support all small businesses during this unprecedented time.
The following measures are included in Mayor Lightfoot’s Relief Package
Additional Support Measures: On March 18, Mayor Lightfoot announced the
temporary suspension or debt collection, ticketing and towing practices until April 30, 2020. The City will also temporarily defer all business fine collections as well as license renewal and late fees for Chicago’s businesses until April
th. Finally, the City will also be temporarily suspending non-public safety related business penalties until that date.
Importantly, all of these local measures are meant to serve as immediate, temporary relief to ensure cash flow and supplement federal support that may take a bit longer to activate. All Illinois small businesses are currently eligible to apply for loans of up to $2 million from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) through the Economic Injury Loan Program. These loans can go toward working capital to meet needs including payroll, accounts payable, and fixed debt payments until the situation improves. Interest rates are 3.75% for small businesses and 2.75% for non-profits. Business owners can apply for a loan now at https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela/.
The Illinois District of the SBA is hosting twice daily webinars on the Economic Injury Disaster Loans starting Thursday, March 18. You can find details and register for these training events at www.sba.gov/il
We know that this is an incredibly difficult time for all Americans, and that small business owners are particularly hit hard by this crisis. This is time for decisive action, and we hope that these relief measures can make an immediate difference. We will be sharing additional information on Chicago’s Small Business Resiliency Fund in the coming days.
In the meantime, please check our new dedicated resource page with
the latest guidance and resources for all residents. I am also attaching a menu of resources provided by the Chicago Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection (BACP) to help businesses and employers navigate COVID-19.
Please yourself and your family safe, and continue to visit www.chicago.gov/coronavirus
for us to date information on the COVID-19 outbreak.
- Mayor Lightfoot, The Department of Housing and Family Independence Initiative Launch Covid-19 Housing Assistance Grant Program: [Learn More]
- Taft Employment Law in the COVID-19 Crisis Webinar March 27th: [Register]