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Resources

 

Safer, Stronger, Together: Your health and safety is our priorityThe “Safer. Stronger. Together.” campaign supports our local businesses to reopen safely. The campaign brings businesses together to learn and problem-solve the best ways to follow public health guidance to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Participating businesses have pledged to follow health and safety guidelines, so you know they are doing their part to keep you safe. You can find campaign materials, additional resources, and more information at www.whatcomtogether.org.

The “Safer. Stronger. Together.” campaign was produced through a partnership between the Whatcom County Health Department and the Port of Bellingham’s Regional Economic Partnership, in collaboration with Chambers of Commerce, Whatcom County Tourism, and Downtown Business Partnerships. It’s a part of the work of the COVID-19 Employer Support Task Force.

Resources

The following links are provided for informational purposes only.

Planning for Emergencies and Natural Disasters

Download the WSBDC Business Resiliency Guide

​Hiring Resources - How to Recruit and Retain Top Talent

How to Write a Stellar Job Description 

How to Attract Millennial Workers 

How to Communicate Your Unique Company Culture 

Planning for I-1433 Paid Sick Leave

Download this handy tool created by our very own Sherri Daymon

Starting a Business in Washington State

Federal Government Agencies and Information

Other Local Economic Development Resources

*Inclusion on this list does not indicate the expressed or implied endorsement of The Western Washington University Small Business Development Center.