FFCRA paid leave may be concluding…but COVID is not.
As an employer, if you are covered by the FFCRA, you should assume that the FFCRA is going away in 2021. But, COVID is not. Therefore, you need to spend some time over the next few weeks figuring out your own plan for your employees to deal with any COVID-related […]
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 email@example.com or […]
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 […]
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 […]