Coronavirus Is Putting Corporate Social Responsibility to the Test

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Harvard Business Review

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For millions of Americans, the new relief law will be too little too late. It is expected to take three weeks for cash payments to reach laid-off employees and small businesses. Businesses may defer payments and cut costs, but employees who have lost their income without warning cannot wait three weeks to feed themselves and their families. For much of America, this is a crisis that requires immediate action that only companies can take.

Continue reading the Harvard Business Review blog to learn how companies can lean into their purpose to address the challenges posed by COVID-19>