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G&A Partners is taking all necessary precautions and measures to ensure our clients continue to receive world-class services from our team of HR, payroll and benefits experts.
Encourage your employees to choose an electronic pay program to ensure they continue to receive their paychecks--no matter what.
Employee's should also update their contact information, including phone number, in WorkSight, and provide emergency contact information.
The Employee Assistance Program is available to employers and employees and provides a number of helpful resources in times like these, such as COVID-19 webinars and counseling.
The Emergency Families First Coronavirus Response Act (H.R. 6201), has now been signed into law by President Trump and takes effect April 1. It will remain effective until December 31, 2020.
The Act, first passed by the House last weekend, was modified in the final version. For employers, the most important provisions of the the law are:
1. Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act
2. Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act
3. Tax Credits for Paid Sick and Paid Family and Medical Leave
Review H.R. 6201, the Emergency Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
We'll follow this legislation and any others like it that may affect your business.
Read a summary of the amendments prepared by our legal partner, Littler Mendelson, P.C., to learn more about H.R. 6201 and how it might affect you.
Watch our webinar to learn about COVID-19 employer best practices.
G&A Partners sat down with John M. Polson and Travis Vance, from one of our labor and employment law firm partners, Fisher & Phillips, for an overview of what measures employers should be taking during this pandemic.
To download the slides presented in this webinar click here.