COVID-19 Business Resources

For Business & Industry

On March 23, 2020, Gov. Kate Brown announced a new Executive Order to stay at home unless absolutely necessary, to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in Oregon. Information and resources continue to change. The following links can provide up to date answers and support during this challenging time. If you still have questions, please contact one of CWP’s Business Services Managers or visit the CCBS page to fill out our Business Assessment form.

Real Time Information

As we continue to deploy information quickly during this National COVID-19 Emergency, we want to recommend that you refer to the websites listed below as your primary form of information. Websites are live platforms where the latest information on responses will be posted. Since the information will be updated first, using these sites eliminates the version control issues of guidance documents or emails that may become old in a matter of hours. Using the websites keeps us all, literally, on the same page during such a fluid situation.

Please use the following websites as your guide:

Rapid Response

Rapid Response Information For Local Businesses In Clackamas County.

Local Rapid Response teams can help you navigate through this challenging process and assist with the development and implementation of a transition strategy. Many services are funded through WIOA and are offered at no cost to you or your workers. Early involvement is essential to helping workers prepare to re-enter the workforce as quick and seamless as possible.


For more information contact:

Amy Oakley, Business Services Manager

 
Bryan Fuentez, Business Services Manager
Phone: 503-657-6644

Employer-Employee Assistance Assessment

The Rapid Response Team in Clackamas County is ready to help employers and workers avert a layoff. When a layoff happens, RR teams provide information and services to return workers to employment as soon as possible. They provide Information Sessions to help laid off workers navigate:

  • Unemployment insurance,
  • Health care options,
  • WorkSource Oregon services,
  • Trade Act,
  • Regional Business Services,
  • WIOA services and resources, and
  • Collaboration with union representatives for union-affected workers.


Programs and services can also include exploring options and finding opportunities to help find employment or connecting with job training and education options. For employers considering a layoff, your local RR team can assist with:

  • Workshare alternatives
  • Possible layoff aversion strategies

Assistance Assessment Continued

Programs and services can also include exploring options and finding opportunities to help find employment or connecting with job training and education options. For employers considering a layoff, your local RR team can assist with:

  • Workshare alternatives
  • Possible layoff aversion strategies


Click the link below to download a copy of our flyer to share within your networks:


Employer-Employee Assistance Assessment Form