A significant number of employees have been working from home, but they may soon return to work as stay-at-home orders are lifted across the country. As employees begin to return to their workplaces, employers want to know what they should do if an employee tests positive for COVID-19 or has symptoms of COVID-19. Are employers legally required to do anything? What is best practice in responding to a confirmed case of COVID-19 at the workplace? What if the person only has symptoms but no confirmation? What information can employers disclose to other employees, if any? This article will address five things employers should do when responding to a possible or confirmed case of COVID-19 in the workplace.
Under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, states can now provide expanded unemployment insurance benefits in multiple scenarios related to COVID-19. We offer answers to your frequently asked questions and dive into how the CARES Act affects unemployment benefits for nonprofits and their workers.
From their inception, nonprofit organizations have been the nation’s micro-level problem solvers, providing direct social services to marginalized and vulnerable populations impacted by social and economic disparities. With the rise of digital media, nonprofits have extended their influence into the public advocacy arena, using their content to raise awareness of pressing social issues. Here are several tips for nonprofits who want to use their communications tools to create high-quality, compelling content that moves readers to support their mission to transform people and communities.