Employers cannot afford to overlook the impact mental health may have on their business. The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that one in five people will experience a mental illness at some point [...]
Employers reopening in the COVID-19 pandemic face a variety of legal issues, including what to do when employees don’t want to return, whether they can require them to self-quarantine and how to handle a [...]
As more companies and offices are opening, there are two predominant questions on every employer’s mind. First, how do we protect our employees? And second, how do we protect our businesses from a lawsuit? [...]
In the midst of one of the most divisive political and social climates ever, people are hyper-sensitive to comments that run counter to their own beliefs and convictions. And when those people are your customers, the impact of statements deemed crass or malicious, even if they support a particular party or ideology, can be devastating on a business.
Some businesses are finding the Paycheck Protection Program more straightforward than others. For those who were able to keep employees and use at least 75% of the loan for payroll expenses and the rest [...]
Employers have many questions as they start to think about reopening their workplaces. Chief among them are what they can do to ensure the safety of their employees, as well as customers and other visitors. Another biggie is what liability they’re looking at if someone gets sick.But guidance from government bodies changes from day to day, making it difficult for companies to know what they’re expected to do.
With no vaccine for the virus, businesses that reopen without appropriate measures in place can expect to fend off lawsuits if their employees or customers contract COVID-19 and hold them responsible.
As businesses look to reopen around the country, the question around employees being ready to return to the office is becoming a key one.
Borrowers need to focus on how to properly spend the money to maximize forgiveness and avoid potential problems in the future, when the government reviews the disbursements under the program.