Important Documents for Employers:
Governor Doug Ducey announced businesses must update and enforce written policies that adopt federal and state guidance to slow the spread of COVID-19. Businesses shall develop, establish, implement and enforce policies that adopt federal and state guidance including hygiene and sanitation practices, physical distancing requirements, requiring face coverings when physical distancing is not feasible and symptom screening for employees. Click to learn more.
Employers Council is a reliable source to help navigate the impact of COVID-19 and support your organization from a Human Resources perspective. Renaissance Personnel Group has relied on the expertise of Employers Council for many years. We highly recommend this organization of respected industry specialists in employment law and human resources.
Provided by Employers Council – this checklist presents considerations for employers when opening up operations following a temporary shutdown for the Covid-19 pandemic.
This document outlines the proper steps employers should take when they are informed an employee has fallen ill and may have COVID-19. (Provided by Employers Council)
The coronavirus pandemic has small-business owners scrambling for financial survival and looking for resources to help them chart a path forward when quarantines lift. While the federal government has rolled out a comprehensive aid plan, other companies and organizations also have earmarked funds, some specifically designated to help women business owners recover.
This article provides a compilation of federal government resources and links for small and mid-sized businesses, from emergency financial relief to counseling services.
Important Documents for Employees:
This document outlines Paid Sick Leave and Expanded Family and Medical Leave options made available with recent passage of the FFCRA.
The US Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division is the best source for additional information.
COVID-19 is currently disrupting lives and businesses in the United States. Employees who are impacted by COVID-19 may be eligible for paid sick time, paid FMLA leave, state or private disability insurance, unemployment insurance, or, in limited circumstances, workers’ compensation benefits. This document provides further detail on the purpose and implication of recently passed legislation.
A Letter from the President:
I hope this message finds you, your family, and your team members safe and healthy after the emotionally charged weeks that carried us through March and into April. In spite of everything that seemed to go wrong in the world, I was inspired to see the entire business community mobilize, adjust and adapt to keep moving forward in the uncertainty and chaos. It gives me tremendous hope about what is possible when we work together, even in the most dire of circumstances.
We look forward to serving our community during the coming weeks and months. We know there is uncertainty. We are here for those who have lost their jobs and those who need extra resources to meet increased demands in the workplace. Both are happening at the same time. Please know our door – proverbial if not actual – is always open. We are here to help you in any way we can.