Best Practice: Travel Authorization Letters

Governor Polis’s Order 20-017, dated March 25, 2020, ordered all non-essential businesses to close. However, certain “Minimum Basic Operations” of non-essential businesses are allowed to continue, including (1) maintaining the value of a business’s inventory, ensuring security, or processing payroll and employee benefits; and (2) facilitating employees of the business being able to continue to work remotely. Performance of such Minimum Basic Operations must comply at all times with Social Distancing Requirements. 

FGMC recommends distributing travel authorization letters to any personnel who are leaving their homes to perform Minimum Basic Operations for your business. We are available to assist with the drafting of such letters. Do not hesitate to contact us with any questions.

Jason Spitalnick

Jason Spitalnick


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