CDC Issues New COVID19 Guidance on Cleaning Worksplaces

The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has just issued a graphic and written guidance for employers on cleaning and disinfecting their workplaces, especially when someone there has been sick. Here is the link: This is just one of many guidances coming out these days from the CDC, the Department of Labor, and the IRS relating to the COVID-19 epidemic.  Stay tuned for more!

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Small Employers May Now Apply for Payroll Protection Loans

As of today, April 3rd, employers with less than 500 employees may start applying for loans under the  Payroll Protection Program, which was created by the CARES Act passed on May 25th by Congress. The SBA is overseeing the program, and says it will take loan applications through June 30th.  The SBA does not actually make the loan to the small business, which must go through a third-party lender. According to the SBA, the program is “designed to provide a direct…

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Poster Now Required for Paid Sick Leave and Family Leave

Employers must now put up – so to speak – a notice as part of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) to let employees know about the paid sick leave and paid family leave provisions of the new law, which passed on March 18th. Employers are supposed to “post and keep posted” a notice – the one developed by the Department of Labor (“DoL”) is here: – in “conspicuous places on the premises of the employer where notices to employees are…

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