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On-Boarding in the Age of COVID-19
On-Boarding in the Age of COVID-19

COVID-19 has complicated how companies manage their internal relationships. Businesses that have not fallen prey to the financial devastation wrought by coronavirus have often struggled to continue services in the face of disruptive closures and stay-at-home orders. Some ...

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Blog posts in COVID-19

  • Together Now: Small Business Support in Chicago

    In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and protests of up to 30,000 people, many of Chicago’s small businesses are facing steep financial difficulties. ...

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  • How Employers Can Support Mental Health for Returning Employees

    As we prepare for businesses to reopen and employees to return to work, it is important to recognize the adverse mental and emotional effects this ...

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  • What Should I Do If My Employee Has COVID-19?

    As the novel coronavirus continues to spread, many employers will encounter a situation in which one of their own employees contracts COVID-19. ...

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  • What Employees Need to Know About Unemployment During COVID-19

    If you’ve lost your employment because of the coronavirus, you’re not the only one. Over 38 million people nationwide have filed for unemployment ...

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  • How to Re-Open for Business: Some Legal Best Practices

    Businesses are starting to reopen and ramp up as stay-at-home orders are lifted across the county. However, the coronavirus continues to spread. ...

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  • Unmasking the Law, Part II: Can an Employer Fire You for Refusing to Wear a Mask?

    The short answer: yes, but it was harder before April 3 rd . Some employers want all employees to cover their faces as a precaution against spreading ...

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  • Unmasking the Law, Part I: Can an Employer Fire You for Wearing a Mask?

    The short answer: not today, but possibly if it was before April 3 rd . Employers risk violating workplace safety laws if they prevent workers from ...

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  • Is My Company Exempt from the FFCRA’s Expanded FMLA and Sick Leave?

    Congress enacted the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (the “Act”) to protect employees who are unable to work because of school closures, ...

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  • Afraid You Can’t Fulfill Your Contract Because of COVID-19? Here Are Some Options.

    The current COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting U.S. businesses as well as global supply chains, and with so many parts, supplies, and materials coming ...

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