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Resources for Individuals and Organizations

The emergence and spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the associated infection has caused heightened concern from employers. Whether you are helping you protect your family or your business, Unisource is here to help. The links, videos, and flyers below will help you keep your family safe and your business running strong during these unfortunate times.


Unisource being an Insurance agency means that we are an essential business, and have been able to keep our door open. We have left it up to our agents whether or not they want they want to come into the office or work from their homes.

Unisource Insurance has been monitoring the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) as I am certain you have been. We are working hard to keep our business offices clean and safe. Our principles as we face this pandemic are:

  • Maintaining the highest quality customer service to you, our customers.
  • Keeping our agents and staff safe.
  • Doing everything we can as good corporate citizens to mitigate the risk of community spread.

Our lobbies are open. Please call to schedule an appointment or handle your needs over the phone (414) 774-7040.

What to do if you are sick with COVID-19

Preparing yourself for second wave of COVID

COVID Unemployment


On June 18, 2020, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released guidance to help employers plan how to reopen nonessential businesses. The guidance also addresses issues employers should consider as they ask their employees to return to work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Get a full copy of the OSHA Guide, along with helpful links to other guidance from the US Department of Labor here.

In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, states have passed new employee leave laws and issued new regulations and guidance on existing leave laws and programs. This Compliance Bulletin briefly summarizes new state leave rules designed for workers affected by COVID-19. The document has been updated to include measures in Michigan, Chicago, Long Beach, Oakland and Seattle.

OSHA Guidance for Reopening Nonessential Businesses

Families First Covid Act

8 Questions employers should ask about Corona Virus

Employer Information for Office Buildings

Guide for Reopening Small Businesses

Extra Info

Center for Disease Control (CDC) Website

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

World Health Organization (WHO)

US Department of State

Print Resources from the CDC

FAQ of Families First COVID response act