Engaging Remote Employees During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has caused unprecedented changes for many industries. As social distancing is encouraged,gatherings with over 10 people are banned and stay at-home or shelter-in-place orders for all nonessential employees are issued, many employers are asking their employees to work from home.

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An Employer’s Guide to Managing Remote Employees

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has caused many employers across the country to make significant changes to their standard procedures, including shifting their employees from working at the office to working from home. While this working arrangement can help employers and employees stay healthy, it can be challenging for both parties to navigate.

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Working From Home During a Coronavirus Outbreak

For many, working from home is just the daily routine. For people unfamiliar with remote work, it can take some getting used to. During a coronavirus outbreak, some workers may be forced to work from home when they otherwise wouldn’t. This article discusses why preventive measures like working remotely are so important during outbreaks and provides tips for successfully working from home.

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President Trump Extends Federal Social Distancing Guidelines Through April 30

On Sunday, March 29, 2020, President Donald Trump announced he was extending the federal social distancing guidelines for an additional 30 days to help contain the spread of coronavirus disease 2019(COVID-19). The original 15-day guidelines were set to expire March 30, 2020, but the 30-day extension keeps them in place through April 30.

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Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL)

The CARES Act tasks the Small Business Administration with overseeing the distribution of millions of dollars in loans and grants to help small businesses survive the pandemic. It also provides additional funding for the SBA’s Resource Partners to provide advise and training to help small businesses respond to the unprecedented challenges in communities throughout the country.

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The Paycheck Protection Program

The CARES Act tasks the Small Business Administration with overseeing the distribution of millions of dollars in loans and grants to help small businesses survive the pandemic. It also provides additional funding for the SBA’s Resource Partners to provide advise and training to help small businesses respond to the unprecedented challenges in communities throughout the country.

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Corona Virus 5 Things your Business should do Now to Start the Financial Recovery Process

With the CARES Act signed into law, there is new information as to the loans available to businesses (with under 500
employees), who are affected by the Coronavirus pandemic. Additional information will be distributed as more information is made available.Here are 5 things we suggest doing this week to start the recovery process for your business and finances.

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Understanding the Historic $2 Trillion Stimulus Package

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has put a major strain on every aspect of daily life
around the world, including the United States. As spread of the disease shows no sign of
slowing down, there is a steadily increasing concern in the United States regarding the health
and wellness of not only our citizens, but the economy as well. In response, the United States
Congress has been negotiating a historic stimulus package to address the havoc caused by
the pandemic.

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