WBEN Buffalo Business Report - Wednesday, March 25th 2020

More Business Moves Linked to Coronavirus

Randy Bushover
March 25, 2020 - 4:07 am
More Business Moves Linked to Coronavirus

WellNow Urgent Care has begun a new procedure for its clinics due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Effective immediately, patients will be asked to complete an in-vehicle check-in process before entering a WellNow Urgent Care facility.  This new procedure is a precautionary measure to help reduce the spread of the virus.

Jim Millard, former President & CEO of Kenmore Mercy Hospital, is coming out of retirement to rejoin Catholic Health to support the health system’s COVID-19 initiatives.

Wegmans is hiring part-time and full-time positions in all of its stores.  The supermarket is hiring for all departments, with a focus on cashiers and stocking positions.  Full time culinary and management positions are available as well.  Interested applicants should go to https://jobs.wegmans.com/

In light of the coronavirus crisis,  National Grid has deferred a bill increase that was scheduled to take effect April 1st.  Those increases will now go into effect July 1st.
Endeavor, a global organization that supports and accelerates high-impact entrepreneurs, has launched a new office in Western New York to fuel growth and economic development in the region.  Endeavor WNY will support founders and companies in WNY that have passed through the initial startup phase and demonstrate the potential for rapid expansion and scale.

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