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SAMPLE  NOTIFICATION LETTER  OF A POSITIVE TEST RESULT We have had several questions regarding employee notification of a positive test result.  If you have an employee who tests positive, you should follow CDC guidelines for contact tracing.  This notice could be used to notify other employees of the situation.   ANNOUNCEMENT TO EMPLOYEES ABOUT POSITIVE TEST We learned __________ that one of our employees has tested positive for/contracted the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.   This employee worked in __________________________ (department/location). If you develop flu or other symptoms including dry cough and fever, please contact your medical provider, and do not come to work. Notify   _________________________ as soon as possible. We cannot identify the employee who tested positive for the virus because of privacy laws. However, we have gathered the names of those employees that worked in close proximity (within 6 feet for 15 minutes or more)

Sample Safety/Preparedness Plan

Sample Safety/Preparedness Plan   Below is a sample safety/preparedness plan that you can customize to fit your business/industry needs.  If you have more questions or need assistance developing this plan, please call our HR Department.  COVID-19 Preparedness Plan ____________________ is committed to a healthy work environment for all employees.   The following plan has been created in an effort to prevent or reduce transmission among employees and maintain a healthy work environment.    Employees are expected to: ·          Notify their supervisor and stay home if they are experiencing symptoms. ·          Follow CDC-recommended steps when sick.   Employees will not be allowed to return to work until the criteria to discontinue home isolation are met, in consultation with healthcare providers.   ·          Notify their supervisor and stay home if a family member is experiencing symptoms. ·          Wash their hands frequently to include at least before and aft


JUDGE WOLFF ISSUES ORDER FOR BEXAR COUNTY BUSINESSES Judge Wolff has issued a new order that requires Bexar County businesses to develop a safety plan that includes the use of masks by both customers and employees.  Click the links below to read more.

UPDATE | PPP Flexibility Act

The Senate has passed and the President is expected to sign the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act. The legislation changes the rules surrounding the forgiveness of the PPP loan program among other key provisions.  Following is a summary of the legislation’s main points compiled by the AICPA:  Current PPP borrowers can choose to extend the eight-week period to 24 weeks, or they can keep the original eight-week period. New PPP borrowers will have a 24-week covered period, but the covered period can’t extend beyond Dec. 31, 2020. This flexibility is designed to make it easier for more borrowers to reach full, or almost full, forgiveness. Under the language in the House bill, the payroll expenditure requirement drops to 60% from 75% but is now a cliff, meaning that borrowers must spend at least 60% on payroll or none of the loan will be forgiven. Currently, a borrower is required to reduce the amount eligible for forgiveness if less than 75% of eligible funds are used for p


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