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Employers Seeing a Spike in Phishing Scams

Phishing emails are a type of scam designed to obtain information or prompt certain behavior from their targets. To that end, they typically appear to come from a person or entity we trust.

COVID Relief Bill: Tax Credits for Paid Leave Extended to March 31

A new $900 billion coronavirus relief bill has become law and answers the question of whether federal Emergency Paid Sick Leave (EPSL) and Emergency Family and Medical Leave (EFMLA) will be extended.

California Employment Laws Taking Effect January 1, 2021

Several new or amended employment laws take effect in California on January 1, 2021, including mandatory child abuse reporting, expanded crime victim leave, and increased minimum wages and exempt employee salaries.

Cal/OSHA Adopts COVID-19 Rules for Workplaces

The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health, known as Cal/OSHA, has issued mandatory COVID-19 emergency temporary standards effective as of November 30, 2020. The standards apply to all employers except the following:

Four Steps to Take When an Employee Is Diagnosed with COVID-19

As COVID-19 infection rates continue to climb, it’s imperative that organizations respond quickly when an employee is diagnosed. Here are the steps employers should take:

How to Support a Grieving Employee

Everyone experiences grief at some point in their life, and yet for being such a common experience, it’s also one that few of us are fully equipped to navigate when it comes. In part, this is because grief is such an overwhelming and horrible.

Relaxed I-9 Requirements Continue Through Year-End

On November 18, the DHS announced another extension of this temporary rule. The rule is now set to expire on December 31, 2020.

Leading During a Pandemic

No one knows what the workplace is going to look like in three months. COVID-19 continues to spread. School reopening and attendance plans remain tenuous. Further action from Congress is uncertain. Official rules from the Department of Labor.

Voting Leave Compliance

Many employers are unaware of state voting leave laws, which we anticipate will be heavily relied upon this year given the challenges presented by the pandemic. Most states require that employers provide at least a few hours off to vote, and many.

DOL Revises FFCRA Leave Rules

In response to a court ruling in early August that invalidated certain regulations by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) related to leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, the DOL has released revised regulations. The changes, or.

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