Things are looking up for employees and employers alike as the COVID-19 vaccine becomes available. However, there is a question as to whether an employer can make it mandatory for employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine. This simple answer is yes; they can.
Employers are experiencing some difficulty bringing their staff back into the workplace, as some employees refuse to come back into the workplace due to concern for their health and risk of exposure to COVID-19.
Businesses who received PPP loans under the CARES Act are questioning if and how they will qualify for PPP loan forgiveness. Some organizations and business owners may feel uneasy when applying for forgiveness. So, we thought we would share five factors that are affecting the forgiveness application process and how you can prepare.
Every employer can take steps to reduce the risk of their employees’ exposure to COVID-19 in the workplace. OSHA has provided guidance on preparing workplaces for reopening.
As we continue to move through uncharted territory, we wanted to provide you with some insights on how to communicate with your employees and tips on keeping them engaged during this unique time.
With everyone facing disruption and uncertainty as a result of COVID-19, we wanted to reach out to our clients and partners with an update. Additionally, to make sure we are doing all we can to help you and your employees, we are offering FREE telemedicine services through MDLIVE to all our clients, employees, and their family members.
Unemployment benefits. We recently wrote a blog with some basic information about how it works, who decides if an individual will receive unemployment benefits and who pays for unemployment. You can read that here for a quick recap. In some cases, when an employee is separated from employment, the separation will be considered a “mutual