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Updated DOL Guidance for Frequently Cited Standards Related to COVID-19 Inspections

On November 7th, the DOL issued guidance and an accompanying one-pager to help employers understand which standards are most frequently cited during coronavirus-related inspections. Please access the following links for quick reference: Guidance One-Pager for Frequently Cited Standards If you have any questions, please contact Bob Lepp at boblepp@mgwl.com or […]

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Fri Nov 13, 10:48pm

Banking & Finance

Nebraska is Now Accepting Applications for a Second Round of Economic Stability Grants

Governor Pete Ricketts announced on Monday, October 19th, that a second round of economic stabilization grants will be made available for eligible applicants from the $1.1 billion allocated to Nebraska under the federal CARES Act enacted in March. The first round of grants for economic stabilization were made available in […]

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Thu Oct 22, 4:30pm

Employment Law

Sample COVID Exposure Employee Notification Verbiage

With COVID cases markedly on the rise, we will undoubtedly be notifying employees at a higher frequency of potential and positive exposures. How and when you convey the information matters. This link is a good example of verbiage you can use to notify your employees. However, before using, you should […]

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Thu Oct 22, 4:17pm

Employment Law

Updated CDC Guidance Expands Risk of Contracting COVID

Yesterday, the CDC issued new guidance changing the definition of who is in “close contact” with a person infected with COVID-19. The CDC had previously defined a “close contact” as someone who spent at least 15 consecutive minutes within six feet of a confirmed coronavirus case. The updated guidance, which health departments […]

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Thu Oct 22, 4:12pm

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