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The novel coronavirus disease has been named COVID-19 by the director general of the World Health Organization. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the name was decided that “did not refer to a geographical location, an animal, an individual or group of people, and which is also pronounceable and related to the disease”.

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COVID-19 Options for Employers

We are providing some additional information around the applicability of these provisions and the other credits employers might be able to take advantage of as a result of the FFCRA and CARES Act’s which were recently passed. Please click here to view COVID-19 Options for Employers.

ThinkHR COVID-19 portal – a great resource for you and your clients

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Helpful forms and templates:

10 Tips for Successfully Managing Remote Workers A Guide to Employee Temperature Checks

EEOC: Employers Can Screen for COVID-19. SHRM COVID-19 Back-to-Work Checklist

COVID-19 A Return to Work Readiness Checklist. Managers Should Not Expect Full Productivity Right Now

Telecommuting Policy and Procedure Revising Policies to Facilitate Returning to Work

Personal Leave of Absence Physician Form (NEW). Temporary Personal Leave of Absence Request (NEW)

COVID-19 Furlough Letter Telecommuting Checklist Temporary I-9 Requirements Remote Workers Work From Home Agreement

Emergency Family and Medical Leave Policy. Temporary Work from Home Agreement Recipient PTO/Sick Time Donation Application.

PTO Donation Program. Donor PTO/Sick Time Donation Form. Emergency Paid Sick Leave and Emergency FMLA Request Form.

FFCRA Sample Family and Medical Leave Policy FFCRA Sample Emergency Paid Sick Leave Policy

COVID-19 Webinars:

Recorded COVID Webinars:

Wagner – Issues that Every Employer Should Actively be Addressing

Wagner – The Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Why Telemedicine is More Important Than Ever hosted by 1800MD

Wagner – Tips for Managing Telecommuters

Upcoming COVID Webinars:

COVID-19 Articles:

House Passes $3 Trillion HEROES Act to Provide More Coronavirus Relief

The U.S. House of Representatives approved another coronavirus relief package, which would provide funds for state and local governments, hazard pay for front-line workers, expanded paid-leave benefits, and student-loan debt forgiveness. The Senate will now consider the bill, though it is not expected to pass in its current form. Read More

How is the pandemic changing investments in HR tech?

It’s abundantly clear that COVID-19’s impact on HR software customers, vendors and consulting firms has been unprecedented. Read More

Mid-year healthcare changes allowed due to coronavirus

As businesses worldwide cancel in-person training due to the coronavirus, they are overwhelmingly turning to virtual Coronavirus is giving employers a one-time free pass to allow employees to make changes to their healthcare plans and flexible spending accounts without it being open enrollment. Read More

5 tips to help recruiters survive the coronavirus crisis

The coronavirus crisis has recreated the world in which we live in unfathomable ways. Social distancing has become a new communal value and toilet paper is practically a new currency. Read More