Under the Washington COVID-19 Food Production Workers Paid Leave Program, no food production employer in Washington may operate from August 18, 2020, to November 13, 2020, unless the employer provides its workers with paid leave for certain qualifying events.
Archives for August 17, 2020
Steve Easterbrook says McDonald’s had information about relationships, stock award to employee
An expansive effort comes as the museum faces a deficit of $15 million.
Joseph Lazzarotti authors “New York Latest State to Enact Cybersecurity Law,” published by Today’s General Counsel.
Susan Groff discusses best practices for supporting social or political causes in the workplace while maintaining compliance with labor laws concerning employer coercion and discrimination in “How HR Should Respond to Social and Political Expression at Work,” published by SHRM.
Patricia Anderson Pryor discusses challenges facing businesses that employ working parents burdened with unanticipated childcare responsibilities due to school closures during the COVID-19 pandemic in “‘I don’t know if I can do this’: Moms brace for school year juggling jobs, remote learning amid COVID-19 pandemic,” published by USA Today.
Lenders began submitting their Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiveness decisions to the Small Business Administration (SBA) on Monday, August 10. In its July 23 Procedural Notice, the SBA laid out instructions for lender submission of PPP loan forgiveness decisions to the SBA and SBA loan forgiveness reviews.
Shutdowns caused by COVID-19 have resulted in remote work arrangements, as well as changes to hours worked, pay and duties for many.
By giving their employees the freedom to work from anywhere, Bay Area tech companies appear to have touched off an exodus. ‘Why do we even want to be here?’
The stock market and home values are back at record levels, while jobs remain scarce for those earning less than $20 an hour
Jen Robinson and Rachel Rosenblatt answer topical questions about the virus.
Nashville Business Journal
Nancy Delogu suggests guidance may be helpful in clarifying differences in the law.
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