I’ve communicated to my employees that COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective, and that vaccination is essential to ending the pandemic and helping us all get back to the things we love. I’ve shared about my positive experience getting vaccinated, and how COVID-19 vaccines have helped me get back to the moments I’ve missed with family and friends. I’ve shared trusted information about vaccines. I’m offering paid time off to my employees, contractors and part-time, hourly and seasonal workers for vaccine appointments, as well as time off to recover from possible side effects. I’m offering paid time off for parents to take eligible children to get vaccinated and recover from possible side effects. I’ve made it easier for workers to get vaccinated by offering a transportation voucher, a meal stipend, child care, or other small incentives. I’ve encouraged my employees to search vaccines.gov, text their ZIP code to 438829, or call 1-800-232-0233 to find vaccine locations near them. I’ve dedicated time at a staff meeting to lead a conversation about the safety and benefits of COVID-19 vaccines, and answer employee questions. I’ve reached out to workers who’ve been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 or who may have unique concerns or need extra help accessing vaccines. I’ve encouraged my employees and workers to visit GetVaccineAnswers.org and talk to their healthcare provider if they have additional questions. I’ve applied for a Paid Leave Tax Credit to offset costs associated with offering time off for vaccinations and recovery, including for eligible family members. I’ve contacted my local public health department to explore whether I can host an on-site vaccination clinic for workers and their families, or support community vaccination efforts. I’m offering customer discounts, coupons or other incentives to customers who are fully vaccinated. I’m following CDC’s latest mask guidance and taking other precautions to prevent the spread.