- Emergency return-to-work strategies in response to COVID-19
This rapid evidence review summarizes the evidence on relevant programs and potentially promising strategies for helping unemployed individuals engage in job search and return to work. Most of the evidence comes from government programs and policies following the Great Recession of 2008 and 2009.
- Emergency employee retention strategies in response to COVID-19
This rapid evidence review summarizes three strategies governments and businesses can use to retain employees during economic downturns: work share or short-time compensation, furlough, and employment protection programs.
- Emergency response strategies in past pandemics
This rapid evidence review summarizes existing evidence on programs and strategies intended to promote reemployment and job retention or to encourage health and safety practices in response to previous pandemics in other countries.