When the coronavirus pandemic hit, business owners all over the country had to make some very difficult decisions including deciding to stay open or close; whether to keep employees, furlough them, or lay them off; and how to cover costs such as rent and utilities. Listen in as Gene Marks talks with Julie Wineinger, Owner of Lulabelle’s Sweet Shop about her experience over the past few weeks as a small business owner during the coronavirus pandemic. In Part 1 of this four-part series, Julie talks about her decision to close the doors of her sweet shop, how she handled employee layoffs, what she did to help those employees navigate the unemployment process, and more.
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