COVID-19 Workplace Resources

We realize our clients have many questions on how to manage their workplace as the world deals with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). This global pandemic has changed the landscape of how we conduct business, and we know this has made a direct impact on many of our clients. The following information addresses many of these concerns. As always, contact us for information specific to your needs.

Are payroll tax deferrals imminent?

On August 8th, President Trump signed an Executive Order to defer payroll tax obligations in light of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. This Executive Order directs the Treasury Department to defer the collection of the employee portion of Social Security FICA taxes from September 1st through the end of 2020.

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Paycheck Protection Loan Forgiveness Issue: When Rehire Offer is Rejected

As states begin to lift stay-at-home orders, businesses are taking steps to return to a normal schedule and pattern of employment. While some employees welcome this opportunity, some employees will refuse to return to work, particularly if they are making more money through the coronavirus stimulus bill that currently provides an extra $600.00 per week paid by the federal government through July 31, plus expanded state unemployment benefits for up to 39 weeks.

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The Re-opening Post COVID-19 Employer Guide

A lot of businesses are making plans to resume “business as usual” as much as possible. However, in doing so, there are a lot of considerations regarding the health, safety and functioning of your operation that need to be determined.

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Paycheck Protection Plan Loan Forgiveness

Congress created the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (“CARES”) to provide forgivable loans to eligible businesses facing economic hardship during the COVID-19 crisis.

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