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Guide for Navigating Vaccines and the Workplace

Guide for Navigating Vaccines and the Workplace

COVID-19 vaccines have demonstrated effectiveness in preventing recipients from getting sick. Health experts and scientists are still investigating how vaccines will affect the spread of COVID-19. The world community is hopeful that they will also reduce or eliminate...

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Second Draw PPP Calculation Period and Documentation

Second Draw PPP Calculation Period and Documentation

How Do I Calculate the Maximum Loan Amount that My Company Is Eligible for and How Do I Need to Document the Calculation? For organizations that are eligible to apply for a Second Draw PPP loan, the Economic Aid Act, Section 307 of this interim final rule (IFR),...

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Confusion About PPP Loan Forgiveness Coverage Period

Confusion About PPP Loan Forgiveness Coverage Period

What Coverage Period Can I Use when Applying for Forgiveness? The Economic Aid Act which became law on December 27, 2020, extends the authority to make PPP loans through March 31, 2021, and revises certain provisions of the original PPP law included in the CARES Act. ...

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Summary of December 2020 COVID-19 Relief Provisions

Summary of December 2020 COVID-19 Relief Provisions

The following is a summary of key provisions of the COVID-19 Relief provisions that was passed by the House and Senate on December 21, 2020 and signed by President Trump after much suspense. Once signed by the President the bill will be in effect.  Unemployment...

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Planning for the Expiration of FFCRA

Planning for the Expiration of FFCRA

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) paid leave requirements will expire December 31, 2020 unless Congress restarts or extends the program in their 11th hour negotiations. The FFCRA has two components that provide paid COVID-19 leave to employees AND...

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Predictive Scheduling Continues to Expand in the US

Predictive Scheduling Continues to Expand in the US

Fair Work Week or Predictive Scheduling laws vary by jurisdiction. The existing laws typically require an employer to post schedules 7-14 days in advance of a worked shift and requires compensating the employee if the schedule is changed within a short time frame...

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