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The novel coronavirus disease has been named COVID-19 by the director general of the World Health Organization. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the name was decided that “did not refer to a geographical location, an animal, an individual or group of people, and which is also pronounceable and related to the disease”.

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COVID-19 Options for Employers

We are providing some additional information around the applicability of these provisions and the other credits employers might be able to take advantage of as a result of the FFCRA and CARES Act’s which were recently passed. Please click here to view COVID-19 Options for Employers.

ThinkHR COVID-19 portal – a great resource for you and your clients

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Helpful forms and templates:

10 Tips for Successfully Managing Remote Workers A Guide to Employee Temperature Checks

EEOC: Employers Can Screen for COVID-19. SHRM COVID-19 Back-to-Work Checklist

COVID-19 A Return to Work Readiness Checklist. Managers Should Not Expect Full Productivity Right Now

Telecommuting Policy and Procedure Revising Policies to Facilitate Returning to Work

Personal Leave of Absence Physician Form (NEW). Temporary Personal Leave of Absence Request (NEW)

COVID-19 Furlough Letter Telecommuting Checklist Temporary I-9 Requirements Remote Workers Work From Home Agreement

Emergency Family and Medical Leave Policy. Temporary Work from Home Agreement Recipient PTO/Sick Time Donation Application.

PTO Donation Program. Donor PTO/Sick Time Donation Form. Emergency Paid Sick Leave and Emergency FMLA Request Form.

FFCRA Sample Family and Medical Leave Policy FFCRA Sample Emergency Paid Sick Leave Policy


COVID-19 Webinars:

Recorded COVID Webinars:

Wagner – Issues that Every Employer Should Actively be Addressing

Wagner – The Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Why Telemedicine is More Important Than Ever hosted by 1800MD

Wagner – Tips for Managing Telecommuters

Upcoming COVID Webinars:


COVID-19 Articles:

Cappelli: Testing’s complicated role in the return to workplaces

Surveys of employers indicate that an important part of their plans for bringing employees back into their workplaces is to test employees to see if they are infected with the COVID-19 illness. That certainly sounds like a good idea. It would go a long way toward making returning employees feel safe if they knew that their co-workers were not sick. Read More

Work, life and why I feel balanced even during COVID

“Work/life balance” has long been the holy grail for employees. Most of them crave it but have found it hard to come by, even when they work for employers that publicly claim to support it. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to the forefront how hard it is to achieve this kind of balance. After all, if you can’t balance work and life when you’re home all day, how are you going to do it when offices reopen? Read More

Coronavirus resource spotlight: Mental health and wellness guide

Here’s a look at a guide that aims to help HR professionals address employees’ mental health issues as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More

HR leaders plan to embrace remote work post-pandemic

After coronavirus pushed a massive experiment in remote work, now there’s more evidence it will continue post-pandemic. Read More