These are trying times for employees and employers alike in just about every industry imaginable. Disrupted work, adjusting to work from home (for the lucky ones!), uncertainty about how long stay-at-home and social distancing orders will last, outright business closures and layoffs or furloughs for those who rely on customers visiting on-site, health care workers preparing for complete overwhelm while worrying about how their work will impact their own families … the list goes on and on. And for our friends who live in community associations, there are added issues of continuing to run your community while complying with the guidance, or order, to shelter in place.
Amidst all this, government agencies have been working fast to provide guidance to employers and to employees and rolling out programs to not just stimulate the economy but also help the economy survive. Here is a roundup of articles from the Sandberg Phoenix blog to help businesses and employers, and there are surely more to come.
If we may be of assistance, please reach out. Taking a proactive approach, receiving guidance and planning for the future of your organization and the welfare of your employees is important and not something that should be left to chance. Call me at 314.446.4278 or email me at [email protected]. You may also want to visit Sandberg Phoenix’s website at sandbergphoenix.com to review up-to-the-minute information on their blogs or call 314.231.3332 to talk to the blog’s author directly.
Be safe. Be well.
- Return to Work Questions: What Employers Need to Know
- CARES Act — Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act Summary
- Department of Labor Issues Rules on Enforcement of the FFCRA for Employers
- DOL Releases Mandatory Notice Poster and Paid Leave Under Family First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)
- The Unfortunate Reality of Having to Avoid the Perilous Legal Waters of a Mass Layoff
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act
- H.R.6201 — Families First Coronavirus Response Act Summary
- Employer Alert: COVID-19 and Family Medical Leave Expansion and Paid Sick Leave Becomes Law — Q & A
- OSHA — What To Do if an Employer Believes a Worker May Have Been Exposed to COVID-19
- COVID-19: What Employers Need to Know About Employee Privacy and Time Off
- COVID-19: Tips for Employees & Employers
Force Majeure & COVID-19 Business Disruption
- Telehealth Expanded and HIPAA Requirements Waived
- Healthcare Providers Can Cross State Lines During COVID-19
- OIG Allows Reduction/Waiver of Patient Cost-Sharing Obligations for Telehealth Services
- Department of Health and Human Services Declares Liability Immunity for Activities Related to COVID-19
Long-Term Care & Senior Living