This tracker collects the policy decisions of major U.S. companies as they adapt to the pandemic.
Companies have had to quickly adapt to the new reality of the coronavirus pandemic, and some have done so: from salary cuts for CEOs to adding paid sick leave policies to commitments to pay hourly employees even when closed. Not all the changes are positive (and long overdue), though. Companies have also announced furloughs and layoffs, along with unpaid sick leave, and completely suspended services. The situation is changing rapidly, and it can be hard to keep up with what the largest U.S. employers are doing in response, and how helpful their efforts really are. A new tracker of corporate policies from Just Capital can help.
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