Posts Tagged ‘ essential workers ’

Study: Despite Higher COVID-19 Risk, Construction Workers Are Wary of the Vaccine

Mar 9th, 2021

Since the COVID-19 vaccine rollout began in December, many people in the U.S. have joined waitlists to ensure they receive the vaccine when their turn comes around. However, not everyone is lining up to get the jab and construction workers, including door and window companies, are among the least likely groups to be vaccinated once […]

What’s Essential Nowadays?

Jan 7th, 2021

Throughout the pandemic through which we are living, there has been a lot of confusion and ignorance around who or what is considered “essential.” For companies, being considered essential has meant the difference between being able to stay open or be closed in some states. For individuals, it can determine when you will have access […]

Are Contractors and Construction Work Essential? For Many Locations, Yes

Mar 24th, 2020

As more states put restrictions on non-essential work due to the COVID-19 pandemic, contractors are paying close attention to which side construction falls. In many states, construction is considered essential work and allowed to continue. However, that’s not the case everywhere. Where is Construction Shut Down? Boston suspended non-essential construction activity last week and most […]

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