Department of Labor Provides Easier, Breezier FMLA Electronic Notice Forms for EmployersIn a shocking example of good news these days, the Wage and Hour Division has revised its optional forms that employers can use on various FMLA issues. The new forms can be filled out electronically and have cut down on the number of questions that require written responses. Instead, many categories can now be handled

Yes, We Think We’re Open… Getting your Employees Back to Work During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic (Part I)One of the hardest things about the COVID-19 crisis is that nobody is sure about when things will open back up and life can go back to “normal.” If you’re an employer, this likely means you have more questions than answers about how to move forward. What if an employee refuses to come back to

What Employers Need to Know About U.S. House Bill 6201: Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Wednesday afternoon, the Senate passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, and President Trump signed it into law. The act contains several provisions that will significantly impact employers with fewer than 500 employees.

If this applies to you, your obligations become effective no later than April 2, 2020 – 15 days from the date of