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Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic affecting workplaces, many employers are adopting remote and virtual practices—including interviewing. This toolkit is designed to guide you step by step through the virtual interview process and help you find the right people for your organization. [caption id="attachment_61665" align="alignleft" width="231"]...

The Small Business Administration (SBA) and Department of Treasury recently released a streamlined loan forgiveness application called the EZ Forgiveness Application. This newly-released three-page EZ application is significantly shorter than the traditional loan forgiveness application and requires fewer calculations and less documentation than the full application. WHO...

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is imperative that every precaution is taken to prevent the spread of the disease. At the workplace, employees may need to use equipment and tools that their co-workers have used. As such, it is important to stress the need to properly clean tools and equipment after each use.

When it comes to tools that have not been visibly contacted by blood or other bodily fluids, the following cleaning procedures are recommended and should be communicated to your employees.

Use these posters to promote social distancing, notifying employees that a meeting room is closed, and encourage employees and customers to use hand sanitizer at your organization. [caption id="attachment_61633" align="alignleft" width="300"] Download[/caption]   [caption id="attachment_61634" align="alignleft" width="300"] Download[/caption]   [caption id="attachment_61635" align="alignleft" width="300"] Download[/caption]               ...

Employees and contract workers can use this form to report a perceived unsafe condition or behavior that may result in an accident or other unwanted event. [caption id="attachment_61629" align="alignleft" width="239"] Download the "Stop Work Authority Reporting Form" - doc [/caption]                      ...

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Even as stay-at-home orders and restrictions are lifted, daily operations won’t be business-as-usual for many across the country. The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is still going on, despite businesses reopening. Moreover, public health officials and experts are warning of a potential second wave of COVID-19 cases.

Of course, no one knows if or when a second wave of infection will strike—or whether it will be as bad as or worse than the first wave. As such, businesses across the country should start planning today so they’re properly prepared for a second wave of COVID-19 cases.