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Local and Sate information on the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Family First Coronavirus Response Act
"The federal government has moved swiftly to provide certainty to American employers and workers about how to handle absences necessitated by the coronavirus. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act contains two main provisions that address employee absences - the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act ("EFMLEA") and the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act ("EPSLA").”
Full text of the Act can be found at: https://www.congress.gov/116/bills/hr6201/BILLS-116hr6201enr.pdf.
Sunday, March 22, 2020
ECEDC COVID-19 Business Information
News, the virus and the world around business are advancing rapidly. Here's a second installment of our COVID-19 Business Briefing, with some very important updates:
As has been eluded to over the last few weeks, this afternoon Governor Dewine and Director of Ohio Department of Health, Amy Acton, issued an official Stay at Home Order effective Monday March 23rd 11:59 PM. The intent of this order is to continue promoting social distancing and minimize the spread of highly contagious COVID-19.
Non-essential businesses must cease operation until April 6th 11:59 PM, at which point the order will be re-evaluated. Working from home and minimum basic operations are permitted. All essential businesses and operations are encouraged to stay open, including healthcare, human service, essential government, essential infrastructure, and their related supply chain and support organizations. A detailed list is provided in the order and the Department of Homeland Security's guidance on critical infrastructure may also be useful to review.
Unsure whether your business qualifies as "essential"? Please reach out to us. We've been in touch with representatives of the Governor's Office, and they are available to help us work through your questions and concerns.
Remember, this order will keep a number of local businesses still operating, whether in person or online.
As you restructure your business to online or minimum basic operations, we thought this Business Planning Checklist was well-done, and our Planning Toolkit below offers three additional disaster planning templates from reputable organizations.
Many resources are available to support your team's virtual transition and can be found in our Operations Toolkit below. One favorite recent find - a webinar and library from Gallup - COVID19: Managing Your Workforce Through Disruption.
Safe operating practices for employees and customers have never been more important. Review these slides from our Friday webinar with the Erie County Health Department for best practices in your environment or listen to the full recording on Youtube. If you have additional questions, please drop us a note or register for Friday's Webinar Check-in with their team and ours.
We know this was not a decision taken lightly by our state and are confident that brighter times are ahead for our residents and businesses. We are working to track local impact and opportunities -
Please drop us a note of your business status over the next two weeks and let us know how we can be of assistance.
Wishing you good health,
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