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CDC Reduces Recommended COVID-19 Quarantine Time

CDC Reduces Recommended COVID-19 Quarantine Time

A new development in the fight against COVID-19 is revised guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) regarding the steps people should take after exposure to the disease. Throughout the pandemic, the CDC has recommended a 14-day...

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CDC Redefines COVID Close Contact; Now Includes Cumulative Exposure

CDC Redefines COVID Close Contact; Now Includes Cumulative Exposure

As the world continues struggling with the coronavirus pandemic, we are learning more about the virus as health officials continue studying it. Up until recently, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommended quarantining for 14 days and...

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Growing Number of States, Including Kansas, Adopt Coronavirus Liability Protection for Businesses

Growing Number of States, Including Kansas, Adopt Coronavirus Liability Protection for Businesses

As if trying to safely remain open, or reopen, your small business amid the coronavirus pandemic hasn’t been challenging enough, dodging coronavirus liability lawsuits can quickly complicate matters even more. These lawsuits are typically brought...

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What You Need to Know about the Spike in Unemployment Fraud

What You Need to Know about the Spike in Unemployment Fraud

The pandemic-related expansion of jobless benefits and the rise in unemployment filings has sparked an explosion of fraud. These large-scale scams often involve fraud rings that file benefits claims using the names and personal information of...

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OSHA Issues Revised Coronavirus Enforcement Policies

As economies have begun reopening in all U.S. states, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has announced two revised enforcement policies to help ensure that employers take steps to protect their employees from coronavirus exposure.

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OSHA to Suspend Annual Fit Testing for Respirators

Employers everywhere are scrambling to both stay informed and accommodate changing rules and regulations, ranging from the CARES Act to the FCCRA, state unemployment changes, new leniencies in licensing and more. Among the changes employers must...

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How Opioids Affect Workers' Comp Costs

Opioid use among employees continues to rise, presenting a myriad of unprecedented challenges for small and midsized employers. Among these challenges include navigating workers’ compensation claims when opioids are involved - either as a result...

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Returning to Work After Workers’ Compensation: Tips for the Employer

The early stages of workers’ compensation can be chaotic. Injuries can require immediate medical assistance, and even less dramatic cases require several different parties to communicate with one another. The process can be overwhelming for both...

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Your Greatest Cybersecurity Risk Is Also the Secret to Reducing Your Company’s Vulnerability

Your Greatest Cybersecurity Risk Is Also the Secret to Reducing Your Company’s Vulnerability

Hackers are after your company’s data. A University of Maryland study found that internet-connected computers experience cyberattacks every 39 seconds. And, while attacks against large companies get most of the media coverage, small businesses...

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Inclement Weather Policy: Can Employers Require Attendance During Severe Storms?

Inclement Weather Policy: Can Employers Require Attendance During Severe Storms?

When business owners create their organization’s inclement weather policy, the first scenario to come to mind is often extreme winter weather. Let’s face it, how many times do you see cancellations on the news due to torrential downpours, hail or...

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