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Does Your Business Have COVID-19 Policies?

Do I Really Need COVID-19 Policies?

If you have a business with fewer than 500 employees, then you are required by the Federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act to alert your employees of their rights and properly document emergency paid leave requests.  The COVID-19 Policy Forms are effective as of April 1, 2020, and expire on December 31, 2020. It only takes ONE employee to complain to the Department of Labor.  You really don't want a government agency investigating your company.  

What are you waiting for?  

A policy that summarizes your company's policies concerning the health and safety of employees, visitors, clients and vendors due to COVID-19. 

Are you ready?  Documentation will be your evidence to prove how you handled requested COVID-19 leave and to determine whether or not you deserve the tax credits.  Emergency paid leave is the law!  Even if you have paid leave policies in a Handbook, you still need #EmergencyPaidLeave policies!  Avoid putting your business at risk and be compliant today.

It only takes ONE employee to complain!  Effective April 1, 2020, all employers with less than 500 employees are required to distribute policies in compliance with the Federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act.  

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2 policies that outline the emergency paid leave employees may be entitled to due to COVID-19. 

2 forms that provide the written documentation to substantiate your compliance.  First, an acknowledgement from employees that they have read and understand the COVID-19 Policy.  Second, a COVID-19 Leave Request Form an employee or Company officer will complete to support your application for tax credits due to COVID-19. 

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