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Hurricane Season Is Here: Understanding Employee Pay During and After a Hurricane

June 2, 2021 Labor & Employment Blog

With the onset of the 2021 hurricane season, employers should soon have their hurricane preparedness plans finalized. A well-done hurricane preparedness plan will address a host of issues, including but not limited to: preparing facilities for severe weather, ensuring the business is properly insured, determining whether a business will stay…

Florida Phase 3: Employees Returning to Work and What It Means for Employers

October 8, 2020 Employer Policies

With Florida’s governor implementing Phase 3 of re-opening the state, businesses should update their COVID-19 response plans and anticipate issues that may arise as more employees are permitted to return to work. Among other provisions, Executive Order 20-244 provides for: Unrestricted staffing of worksites and implementation of the final phasing-in of employees…

The Notice Required by the Families First Coronavirus Response Act is Now Available for Download

March 25, 2020 Employer Policies

This afternoon the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division made the Notice that employers covered under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) are required to post available on its website. There is a special notice for federal employees. In addition, clarification was provided on how to post notices…