Join our panel of experts for a detailed discussion of best practices during a crisis. Topics for discussion include minimizing employee exposure to various hazards, key aspects of a preparedness and response plan, developing a documented risk assessemnt, creating a communication plan, connecting with your employees, and supporting your employees.
The SBA has acknowledged that businesses who partner with a Professional Employer Organization (PEO), such as ESC, do not file the standard 941 and 940 payroll tax filings reports under their own employer registration numbers (EIN). The Treasury Department posted the following guidance on in their PPP Frequently Asked Questions publication.
Join Employer Services Corporation (ESC) on April 9, 2020, for a zoom seminar addressing the most asked HR questions surrounding employment issues during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Family First Coronavirus Response Act Today, April 1, 2020, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act takes effect. Under this Federal program, employees are now eligible to take leave for a qualifying need related to a public health emergency. This program requires continuation of the employee’s wages directly by the employer, which can be offset by … Continued
COVID-19 Alert CARES Act PPP, NYS Unemployment, Sick & Medical Leave Expansion Programs in response to the COVID-19 situation continue to be enacted and guidance continues to evolve. Please click on the following links for: Information from the US Chamber of Commerce summarizing the assistance available to businesses under the Payroll Protection Program of the … Continued
State and Federal Leave Plans Affected by COVID-19 At this point in time, not all of the criteria has been completely spelled out regarding Federal and State leave plans. This is an overview of the Federal and State leave plans. Within the document, you will find a Summary of H.R. 6201, COVID-19 Federal Relief Legislation, … Continued
Effective March 21, 2020, at 8 p.m. and until further notice, all barbershops, hair salons, tattoo or piercing parlors, and related personal care services will be closed to members of the public. This includes nail technicians, cosmetologists and estheticians, and the provision of electrolysis, and laser hair removal services.
Coronavirus Update Friday, March 19, 2020 NYS Update: During his public address on 3/19/2020, Governor Cuomo announced he will be revising the executive order directing non-essential businesses to implement work-from-home policies. Governor Cuomo stated non-essential businesses that rely on in-office personnel must decrease their in-office workforce from 50% to 75%. This executive order goes into … Continued
On Tuesday, March 17, 2020, Governor Cuomo announced an agreement on the paid sick leave bill for those impacted by the virus. The provisions are set to take place immediately upon passage. As soon as this is finalized, we will provide updated information.
As we continue to learn about CVOID-19, many employers are turning to remote environments to run their day to day business in the interim. As you explore this opportunity we wanted to provide you with some thought-provoking guidelines in an effort to assist you with creating a policy for your business.