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COVID-19 has completely transformed the way we interact with our community due to the safe distance measures that we must respect to mitigate the spread of SASRCov2 . This has meant that actors, brands and content creators use social networks to keep in touch with their consumers. According to the most recent Global Report on the State of Small Businesses , in Mexico, 35% of businesses that are closed are establishing an online presence.

However, this activity is

The COVID-19 crisis forced organizations worldwide to make immediate decisions about how to protect their employees from a mysterious, fast-spreading, sometimes deadly pathogen. Among their actions were requiring employees and customers alike to wear face coverings, deploying testing, adopting best hygiene practices, rolling out health monitoring and reporting apps, and encouraging people to work from home. In short, businesses quickly acted on the social determinants of health by adapting policies and physical environments to protect employee and customer well-being.

Once largely the purview of governments and social services organizations, social determinants of health in recent years have begun to draw employers’ attention. As a 2019 PwC report notes, businesses have a role to play, not just as individual actors addressing the social factors affecting their workers’ health, but as partners in collaborations addressing community-wide needs. The COVID-19 outbreak intensifies the urgency for employers to address these issues. That’s because beyond

Commerce and Industry Minister has called upon American businesses to look at India as their next investment destination.

Addressing India Cha­mber of Commerce USA’s Summit on Global Financial and Investment Leadership on Wednesday, he said the bilateral trade target of $500 billion in the next five years is “eminently doable”.

“We are moving from red-tape to red-carpet. We are moving out of the shackles of the past into a more open and liberal foreign investment destination,” he said.

The bilateral trade between the two countries grew from $126 billion in 2017 to $145 billion in 2019.

Wooing American investors, the minister said India is looking at logistics reform to bring down the cost of logistics and doing several tax reforms.

“We have insolvency laws in place. India’s corporate tax is amongst the lowest in the world. My own ministry

regulator on Thursday said listed companies should make efforts to maintain updated addresses and contact details of “designated employees” for one year after their resignation, under the digital database.

Such data needs to be preserved by the company or intermediary fiduciary for a period of five years, said in a set of frequently asked questions (FAQs) on insider trading regulations.

A listed firm needs to maintain structured digital database internally that inc­ludes details of unpub­lished price sensitive Information (UPSI) as well as of persons with whom such UPSI is shared, and details of persons who have shared the information.

Similarly, another structured digital database should be maintained capturing such information.

According to Sebi, all information required to be collected from designated persons should be collated till the date of service with the company.