Employer Requirements Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), is new legislation designed to help employees who must miss work due to the COVID-19 outbreak and provide tax breaks to employers for providing paid leave. The law will become effective April 1, 2020 (according to the most recent update from the Department of Labor). Who is a Covered Employer: The FFCRA has two […]

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Minimizing Stress and Distractions to Keep Employees Safe

It’s understandable that the majority of workers are feeling stressed...
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Making Video Conferencing Professional

With the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, more people than ever are transitioning...
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Leading Through a Crisis

A crisis is defined as a condition of instability that leads to a...
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Best Practices for Employees Temporarily Working from Home

With the social distancing recommendations from the CDC relating to...
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4 Tips for Dealing With Worry at Work

As a business leader, the success of your business rests...
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Managing Employees with Flexible Schedules

A popular trend in our current workforce is flexible scheduling. People can work from home, come in late and stay late, come in early and leave early, and a whole variety of other options. This flexibility is very beneficial to employee morale, and engagement. However, it can be difficult to manage employees that run on completely different schedules and are in different places especially if your […]

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Great Employees Make Great Companies-National Employee Appreciation Day

Today is National Employee Appreciation Day! In 2020, Helpside is...
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Employer Update on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

As a result of the increased discussion about novel coronavirus...
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Utah Clarifies Medical Marijuana Accommodations for Private Employers

The state of Utah recently confirmed that employers will not...
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