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Posts from March 2020.
Mobilizing the National Guard Against COVID-19: A Primer on Employer Obligations Under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Act
Remote Inspection of I-9 Documents Now Permitted in Limited Circumstances During Coronavirus Emergency
The $600 Question: Which Furloughed or Laid Off Employees Are Eligible for Enhanced Unemployment Benefits Under the CARES Act?
The CARES Act Impacts Qualified Retirement Plans and IRAs: Temporary Relief for Employees, Plan Participants and IRA Owners
No Coronavirus-Related Furloughs of H-1B Employees
Families First Coronavirus Relief Act Notice Must Be Posted by April 1, 2020 – DOL Poster Should Be Posted at Worksites AND Emailed or Mailed to Teleworking Employees
Small And Mid-Size Businesses Should be Able to Swiftly Recover the Cost of Providing Coronavirus Related Paid Leave Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
The CT DOL’S Shared Work Program Might Reduce Labor Costs Without Permanent Layoffs
DECD Guidance on Connecticut Governor's Executive Order 7H
Connecticut DECD Issues Guidance on Businesses Considered “Essential” for Purposes of Governor’s Executive Order
EEOC Clarifies That Employers May Temperature-Test Employees During COVID-19 Pandemic
Initial Guidance on the Governor’s Executive Order on the Closure of “Non-Essential Businesses”
A COVID-19 “WARN-ing” for Employers: The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act Still Applies to Certain Layoffs and Plant Closures
Potential Immigration Compliance Issues Raised by Coronavirus Travel Restrictions, Work-from-Home Policies, and Layoffs
UPDATE: What Will the "Families First Coronavirus Response Act" Mean for Employers?
CMS FAQ re Essential Health Coverage and the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
How to Comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act During a Pandemic
Federal Family and Medical Leave Act and COVID-19
Guidance for Employers On Accommodating the Child Care Needs of Employees Amidst COVID-19 School Closures
What Will the "Families First Coronavirus Response Act" Mean for Employers?
IRS Guidance: High Deductible Health Plans May Waive Deductible for COVID-19 Testing
Coronavirus and the Workplace: Employers Considering Taking Employees’ Temperatures at Work Should Proceed with Caution
COVID-19: Key Issues and Responses for Employers

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