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This is not the End of PPP

Posted: juli 1, 2020

Merely a few hours before the application window for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) was about the close, the Senate unanimously approved a 5-week extension.

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States Enact Laws Limiting COVID-19 Liability

Posted: juli 1, 2020

As infection rates continue to increase nationally, lawmakers in several U.S. states have adopted laws that limit liability for employers and others from claims relating to COVID-19 exposure.

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New Presidential Proclamation and Further Visa Restrictions

Posted: juni 25, 2020

On June 22nd, President Trump issued a Presidential Proclamation Suspending Entry of Aliens Who Present a Risk to the U.S. Labor Market.

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The Next Normal: A Littler Insight on Returning to Work – Handling Concerns about Hesitant or “High-Risk” Employees

Posted: mei 1, 2020

Reintroducing employees back into the workplace will require employers to juggle multiple logistical, emotional, and legal concerns. Because COVID-19 will impact employment for the foreseeable future, it is anticipated many employees will be reluctant to return, even after states have approved reopening plans.

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The Next Normal: A Littler Insight on Returning to Work – Some Lessons from Asia

Posted: april 28, 2020

Asia provides an opportunity for western-based employers to anticipate where they might be in six weeks to two months and what they might anticipate as they prepare to manage their employees’ to return to the workplace.

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Is the Future U.S. Workplace a Work Share Program?

Posted: april 28, 2020

Through workshare programs, employees are able to earn wages and unemployment benefits (including the $600 weekly federal payout through the CARES Act). Employers traditionally used these programs to reduce hours in lieu of a layoff.

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