COVID-19 Helpful Resources

At IES, we believe that taking great care of our clients starts with taking great care of our staff – but we are also proud to support our community. In an unprecedent time in our history, we are faced with something none of us have ever experienced. The COVID-19 Pandemic has found many in challenging situations both professionally and personally.

Our IES Cares program has been the foundation of our corporate culture of servant leadership and employee engagement. One of our key core values is People First, and we feel it is our responsibility to provide whatever resources we have access to and knowledge of to not just our clients, but to anyone seeking information.

Whether it be information for resources on working from home, kids’ educational/entertainment, physical and mental health, or professional – we will be offering whatever we can and will update often.


  Returning to Work Resources

As the economy begins to open back up and we begin the transitions of returning back to work, we would like to provide you this helpful information regarding employee safety, employee wellness, and additional return to work resources.


  COVID Safety & Training Resources by State

Please review your state’s resources and training requirements to keep everyone safe at work.








New Hampshire

New Mexico

New York


Rhode Island





  Health Resources

Nothing is more important than you and your family’s health.  You can find guidelines and recommendations from the CDC here, along with other resources to help keep your family healthy.


 Federal and Unemployment Resources

In the unfortunate event that you or a family member experiences sickness or becomes unemployed, here are some resources for potential help with wage replacement.


Tax and Other Resources


Business Resources


 Working from home? How to Stay Connected.

Working from home may be new territory to many companies and their employees. IES would like to share some of our resources and ideas that we find beneficial to our productivity as well as keeping the company connected and morale high.

  • Microsoft Teams
  • Zoom
  • Virtual Happy Hours
  • Scheduled Social Breaks
  • Dedicated channels for Info Sharing and “Fun Sharing”
  • Incorporate Themes for Activities in your group meetings


 Physical and Mental Health Resources

During a time where our access to facilities for physical and mental wellness are no longer an option, these businesses are offering FREE online classes and self care information.


Mental Health:


  Kids/Educational Resources

With schools closed and many parents now in the role of “teacher” for their children – juggling work and producing educational stimulation can be extremely overwhelming. Even finding entertainment that is kid-friendly and educational can be stressful.  These resources are helpful to those needs.

  • Amazing Educational Resources – Constantly updated source to education companies offering FREE subscriptions due to schools closing
  • KPBS – Having programs for kids by age groups for learning Mon-Fri
  • GoNoodle – Movement and mindfulness videos


 Military & Veteran Resources


 Food & Entertainment

Searching for ways to stay entertained or where you can save some money eating out without leaving home? Here are some great ideas and offers from many businesses.

Major Chain Restaurants Offering FREE Delivery:

  • Buca di Beppo
  • Burger King
  • Chili’s
  • Chipotle
  • Del Taco
  • Denny’s
  • El Poll Loco
  • Little Caesars
  • Outback Steakhouse
  • P.F. Chang’s
  • Red Lobster
  • Ruby Tuesday

Food Delivery Services:



 Pet Resources

As avid pet lovers, we recognize even our fur babies can be affected during this time and resources and programs are available for them too.

Resources Last Updated: July 31, 2020

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