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Wage-and-Hour Rules During the Pandemic

Health consequences aside, pandemics can wreak havoc on businesses, upending supply chains and employment models around the world.

DOL Issues Corrections for FFCRA

Employers may require employees to use leave prior paid leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)

What is the difference between a furlough, a layoff, and a reduction in force?

Furlough- A furlough is considered to be an alternative to layoff. When an employer furloughs its employees, it requires them to work fewer hours or to take a certain amount of unpaid time off.

The SBA EIDL and PPP Loans and Their Tax Implications

Among the many relief provisions passed by Congress in recent days are loans focused on small businesses. This isn't entirely new to the SBA, which has long been in the loan business, but recently passed laws supercharged the offerings.

COVID-19 NEWSLETTER: Leadership & Stay in Place Order

The Following data is current as of 4pm, 3/26/2020 for the stat of Colorado, CDPHE
CO Cases: 1,430  -  Hospitalized: 184  -  Deaths: 24  -  People Tested: 10,122
 

COVID 19 News: Unemployment and SBA

Colorado Unemployment and COVID-19

Special Report: A Quick Introduction to the World of OSHA

Even if employers aren't fully aware of it, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is something they should learn about – because its rules almost certainly apply to them. The Occupational Safety and Health Act covers many private sector employers as well as their workers.

Know the EEOC: Employment Opportunity for All

Discrimination in the workplace can be a very sensitive topic to bring up. We've all heard of various laws the government creates to keep places of business fair, and most of our jobs tell us about or make us watch videos about workplace equality when we first start.

Wage and Hour Implications of Daylight Saving Time

Daylight Saving Time (DST) is the practice of pushing the clock forward 1 hour during the summer so that daylight in the evening lasts longer. Each year, DST starts on the second Sunday of March and ends on the first Sunday of November.

Does Every Company Have To Be An Equal Opportunity Employer?

While few would disagree that every company should be an equal opportunity employer, the many federal laws that ensure equal opportunity don’t apply to some smaller employers. 

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Wage-and-Hour Rules During the Pandemic

Health consequences aside, pandemics can wreak havoc on businesses, upending supply chains and employment models around the world.

DOL Issues Corrections for FFCRA

Employers may require employees to use leave prior paid leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)

What is the difference between a furlough, a layoff, and a reduction in force?

Furlough- A furlough is considered to be an alternative to layoff. When an employer furloughs its employees, it requires them to work fewer hours or to take a certain amount of unpaid time off.

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