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

Home for the Virus Days? How to Keep Your Workers Away from the Office to Address COVID-19 ConcernsWith companies try to keep employees safe but still conduct business while the coronavirus flattens out, employers should be mindful of their obligations to employees while working off-site.

Non-exempt Hourly Employees

Even if working remotely, pay non-exempt employees for all time worked. If your hourly employees are answering emails or calls, they need to record

Do You Have a Plan for a Pandemic? Dealing with Sick, Not So Sick, and Not Even Sick EmployeesThe coronavirus has already had a large (some would say devastating) effect on the global economy. How will it affect the day-to-day operations of an employer? Obviously, businesses want their employees to be safe and healthy, but news stories about the spread of an infectious disease can affect a workforce in many different ways.  Employers