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Palm trees stand battered in Miami Beach, Fla., after Hurricane Irma. (Credit: Mia2you/Shutterstock) Palm trees stand battered in Miami Beach, Fla., after Hurricane Irma. (Credit: Mia2you/Shutterstock)

With Hurricane Dorian eyeing the Florida coast, now is the time for Florida businesses to prepare for some of the challenges that may come. In addition to potential lost economic output, lost revenue, and property and crop damage, employers need to be aware of employment laws affecting their business which may also be impacted by the storm.

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